Canada inarguably boasts some of the most stunning and rugged mountain landscapes in the world, making it a hiker’s paradise. But what if you’re not quite ready to lace up your boots — or simply prefer a more relaxing mode of exploration? You’re in luck. There are trains that can get you there. Keep your eyes on incredible scenery of the Canadian Rockies and the Columbia Mountains instead of on the road, and you won’t have to worry about sore muscles. Here are seven must-see mountains you can view from the rails:
1. Mount Robson
Mount Robson is the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, towering at an elevation of nearly 13,000 feet.