Win a trip on the famous Rocky Mountaineer
Saturday 30 January 1999
Rocky Mountaineer Railtours offer a classic journey through the Canadian Rockies travelling between
Vancouver in British Columbia, and Jasper/Banff/
Calgary in Alberta. Retracing the legendary western
Canadian routes of the first transcontinental railways, guests enjoy unrivalled views, through large picture
windows, of some of the world's most dramatic scenery including rugged canyons, rivers, valleys and including Bighorn sheep, moose, deer, elk and even bears. We have teamed up with Rocky Mountaineer Railtours and Air Canada to offer readers the chance to win a
fantastic six-night tour of the Rockies for two.
Winners will travel in style throughout their trip with return scheduled flights with Air Canada from Heathrow to Vancouver and continuing during their two-day tour aboard the famous Rocky Mountaineer. Also included in the prize is accommodation in Vancouver, Kamloops, Jasper and at the world famous Chateau Lake Louise and the Banff Springs, both Canadian
Pacific Hotels. Winners will enjoy Brewster sightseeing tours of Jasper, the Yoho National Park and the
Icefield Parkway. All you have to do is to dial the
number below, answer the following question on the line and leave your name, full address and a daytime telephone number.
Q: Name one of the species of wildlife
indigenous to the Canadian Rockies?
CALL: 0906 470 0928
Calls cost 60p per minute and should last no longer than two minutes.
Winners will be picked at random after lines close at midnight on 5 February 1999. The prize is subject to avaiability and must be taken during May, June or October 1999. The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative can be
offered. Winners will be responsible for their own pasports, transfers,
insurance and expenses. Normal Independent rules apply. The Editor's
decision is final.
For information on Air Canada call: 0990 247226
For free Rocky Mountaineer brochure call: 0870 7500246.
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