Two spectacular trains and one remarkable journey. Combine the Whistler Sea to Sky Climb with the Rainforest to Gold Rush route, and discover some of the most dramatic scenery anywhere.
Reminders of a colourful past survive. Visitors will enjoy stopping at the original Hudson Bay Store (a log structure built in 1859). Across the street is a Cornish Water Wheel and boilers and iron parts from the first Fraser River riverboat to travel to the city. Then stroll the old Fraser River Bridge to west Quesnel. Built in 1928 the old bridge now serves foot traffic only. Continue through Riverfront Park and the walking trail that winds past historic points of interest and along the banks of the Quesnel River. Flower displays on streets and bridges add a picturesque charm to this modern thriving city.
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Prices are per person based on double occupancy and do not include Canadian tax. Prices are shown in USD as a guideline only and may vary at time of booking due to fluctuations in exchange rate. Please note all accommodation in Kamloops (when applicable) and Quesnel is of moderate standard.
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