You Can Ride This Glass-Domed Train Through The Mountains From Colorado to Utah

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Travelers will soon have the opportunity to ride a new luxury train through some of the most beautiful areas in the Southwest.
Aptly named "Rockies to the Red Rocks", passengers are transported on a two-day journey from Denver, Colorado to Moab, Utah
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Travelers will soon have the opportunity to ride a new luxury train through some of the most beautiful areas in the Southwest.
Aptly named "Rockies to the Red Rocks," passengers are taken on a two-day drive from Denver, Colorado to Moab, Utah - two areas known for their breathtaking scenery. On the way there is an overnight stop in Glenwood Springs, a small town in Colorado known for its hot springs.
Rushing rivers, desert cliffs, and mountain views are visible from every angle during the journey, as the train's most unique feature is: oversized glass dome windows. If you get bored with the view (as if it's possible!) Then you can turn your attention to the delicious cuisine and bustling social scene on board.
Rocky Mountaineer, the company behind the excursion, already operates three luxury trains in western Canada.
"The search for a new route has been ongoing for several years," said Steve Sammut, President and Chief Executive Officer of Rocky Mountaineer, in a statement. "We had to find a special place with many of the same characteristics that we have in western Canada: incredible scenery, iconic destinations, and the option of a multi-day, full-day trip that is best experienced by train."
If everything goes according to plan, Rockies to the Red Rocks will have all of that and more when the train leaves the station in August 2021.
"The coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating impact on the travel industry and there is still uncertainty about when tourism will recover," said Steve. "However, we believe American travelers and travelers from around the world are dying to get around this region by rail, and we look forward to seeing them in 2021 and beyond."
More information about the route can be found here. Happy trails!
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