Vancouver to Toronto – No Stops
4 Nights / 3 Days
From May through October, the train departs Vancouver each Tuesday, Friday and Sunday at 8:30 PM. From November through April, the train departs Vancouver each Tuesday and Friday at 8:30 PM
The train stops briefly several times so you have a chance to get off the train, stretch your legs, buy food and supplies and explore the towns along the way. Here is a list of all the stops and the duration of each:
Departs Vancouver at 8:30 PM
Arrives in Jasper National Park at 4:00 PM
Departs Jasper at 5:30 PM
Arrives in Edmonton at 11:00 PM
Departs Edmonton at 11:59 PM
Arrives in Saskatoon at 8:00 AM
Departs Saskatoon at 8:25 AM
Arrives in Winnipeg at 8:45 PM
Departs Winnipeg at 10:30 PM
Arrives in Sioux Lookout at 5:02 AM
Departs Sioux Lookout at 5:42 AM
Arrives in Hornepayne at 3:35 PM
Departs Hornepayne at 4:10 PM
Arrives in Sudbury at 1:17 AM
Departs Sudbury at 1:25 AM
Arrives in Toronto at 9:30 AM
You’ll have a number of sleeping options on the train. Prices for each option below vary depending on when you travel and when you make your reservations since prices tend to increase as the supply decreases.
1. Coach: If you choose Coach Service, you’ll have a reclining seat with a foot rest. You can purchase a pillow, blanket, ear plugs and eye mask for an additional $10. Meals are not included; however, you can bring food with you, pick it up at stops along the way or eat in the train’s snack bar. In the off season, meals are available in the dining car as well.
2. Upper berth in a 6 berth shared sleeping car. There are three upper and three lower berths in each car. The upper berth differs from the lower berth not only because it is slightly harder to access, you have to climb a ladder to get into it, but also because the upper berth does not have a window. Lower berths have windows. All meals are included if you choose an upper berth
3. Lower berths are easier to get into and out of than upper berths and they have a window that runs the length of the sleeping area. Both upper and lower berths have a light, a fan, a privacy curtain with comfortable bedding and mattress. Meals in the dining car are included.
4. Private bedroom for one, two or three people. Private bedrooms have a bed or beds, a sink and a toilet. In all cases, showers, located at the end of each car, are shared. There are very few private three bed rooms on the train, so they are never discounted and they sell out quickly. Often they are reserved by two people who prefer a private bedroom with two lower berths.
5. Prestige Class with a deluxe private bedroom with double bed, private bathroom and shower, all meals, complimentary alcoholic beverages, movies and private concierge services.
Watch the video to get a great look at the new Prestige Service and its benefits:
Call 604-990-9299 or 1-800-913-9207 or Email us for more information and reservations.