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(VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA) Travellers looking for a return to the Wild West will love Rocky Mountaineer Railtours' Calgary Stampede tour. The acclaimed two-day, all daylight rail journey through Canada's west is a perfect addition to a journey to the world famous Calgary Stampede. From July 6 until July 15, 2001, Calgary, Alberta will host "The Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth" with an expected attendance of more than 1.2 million guests.

"The excitement of the world-class rodeo is the perfect match for the awe-inspiring scenery discovered onboard the Rocky Mountaineer," says Terry O'Donovan, Vice President of Communications. "The combination of the train and the Calgary Stampede is the quintessential western Canadian experience."

A special Calgary Stampede add-on package is offered by Rocky Mountaineer Railtours. The package inclues three nights accommodation in Calgary during the stampede dates, a half day tour of Calgary, Rodeo show and Grandstand show at the Calgary Stampede, and admission to the Canadian Country Music hall of fame. Prices for the package begin at $529 CDN per person based on double occupancy.

Either before or after the Stampede experience, guests can relax onboard the most spectacular train trip in the world as they travel between Vancouver, British Columbia and Calgary, Alberta. Spending two days being pampered as the train moves across the famous tracks that united Canada more than a century ago, guests marvel at the landscape and revel in the service. All guests spend the night off the train in comfortable accommodations in Kamloops, British Columbia for an excellent night's sleep and to ensure that no scenery is missed.

Guests are advised to book the popular Stampede tour as soon as possible to confirm availability, and a closing date of May 20, 2001 applies. Rocky Mountaineer Railtours offers 40 package tours ranging from two to 14 days and including many diverse options from sightseeing in Whistler to guided motorcoach tours of the Icefields Parkway. For additional information or a free brochure contact your preferred travel professional or visit the Rocky Mountaineer Railtours' updated website at www.rockymountaineer.com.

Contact:

Kerry Mullin
Manager, Communications
(604) 606-7324
kmullin@rockymountaineer.com

Janice Greenwood
Coordinator, Communications
(604) 606-7282
jgreenwood@rockymountaineer.com


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