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We want to make your journey onboard with us as seamless as possible. From the time you check in to when you arrive at your destination, we're there for you every step of the way.  

Checking-in for your train journey

Before boarding the train, all guests will need to check in for their train journey. Please read below for more information on how to check in for your Rocky Mountaineer journey in the city or town you are boarding the train in. 

If you are travelling as part of a group, speak with your Tour Director for information about your group's check in process.

Hotel & seat assignments

When you check in, you will be given your boarding pass with your pre-assigned seat and overnight accommodation for Kamloops, Whistler and Quesnel, or Glenwood Springs. Your boarding pass will also include your assigned seat and coach for your rail journey. If you are travelling on a Circle Journey, you will have different seating on each of the rail routes that are a part of your Circle Journey.  While we are unable to accommodate specific seats, train coach location or first or second meal seating requests, we can accommodate certain requests, such as sitting near a friend who has booked separately. Please advise your Vacation Consultant or travel professional at least 60 days in advance.

Checking-in for your train journey on our Canadian Routes

Before boarding the train, all guests will need to do the following:

  • Confirm your travel details online within 72 hours prior to your train departure in our Guest Portal
  • Collect your luggage tags and boarding passes, one of the following ways:
     
    • Advanced Check In: visit one of our Guest Centres in person during the times listed below, in the destination where you board the train. We recommend this option if you have any questions about your journey and would like to collect your luggage tags and boarding passes in advance. We strongly recommend that all guests do our Advanced Check In option to ensure a seamless travel experience.
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    • Express Check In: collect your luggage tags and boarding passes from a Rocky Mountaineer representative at your pickup location, prior to your morning motorcoach transfer time, as listed in your final travel documents. We recommend this option if you don’t have questions about your journey and would prefer the quickest check in option. 
       

      For information on your luggage handling instructions the morning of your train departure, please refer to your final travel documents, which will be emailed to you 30 days prior to your departure and can also be found in our Guest Portal.

      Please note: If you are beginning your journey in Calgary and would like to choose the Advanced Check In option, please visit one of the Guest Centres below in the city or town where you will be boarding the train. Please refer to your final travel documents for your detailed itinerary. 
       

Canadian Guest Centre locations & hours

Please click the drop-down below to view the locations and hours of our Guest Centres in Vancouver, Banff, Lake Louise, or Jasper. 

Checking-in for your train journey on our US route

Before boarding the train, all guests will need to do the following:

  • Confirm your travel details online within 72 hours prior to your train departure in our Guest Portal
  • Check In: visit one of our Guest Centres in person during the times listed below for your luggage tag & boarding pass pick-up in the destination where you board the train. 

    Please note: If you are beginning your journey in Las Vegas or Salt Lake City, you do not need to check in until you arrive in Moab. Please visit one of the Guest Centres in Moab below.  Please refer to your final travel documents for your detailed itinerary prior to arriving in Moab.

US Guest Center locations & hours

Please click the drop-down below to view the locations and hours of our Guest Centres in Denver or Moab.