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Rail Travel Adventures
Rail Travel Adventures specializes in scenic train tours in the United States of America, Canada and Europe. We design, and operate unique, fully-escorted rail tours to some of the world's most scenic places.
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Rail Travel Adventures Springtime in the Alps Tour
(A personal note from Rail Travel Adventures President Carl Fowler)
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Join Rail Travel Adventures President Carl Fowler on a wonderful new tour circling Lakes Michigan and Huron, along with views of Lakes Ontario and Superior.
This program highlights steam trains and steamships along with exceptional scenery and history.
This afternoon Mr. Fowler
will offer an included informal city tour by streetcar and on the TTC Subway.
What is Rail Travel Adventures
Rail Travel Adventures was created in 2010 by Carl Fowler, the founder of Rail Travel Adventures Tours.
Mr. Fowler "semi-retired" at the end of the Rail Travel Center 2010 season, but plans to offer 3-4 tours annually through Rail Travel Adventures that he will design and escort.
Bookings are handled through our partners at Gateway Travel in Brattleboro, VT.
Carl Fowler is the owner/manager.
has been planning, organizing and escorting tours by train worldwide for the last 29 years.
He was the Vice President/General Manager of Rail Travel Adventures Tours from 1982 to 2010.
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Please join Rail Travel Adventures President Carl Fowler on a remarkable winter journey round-trip from Denver, Colorado to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks traveling by train, motorcoach, horse-drawn sleigh and Snowcoach.
Rail Travel Adventures Grand Fall Tour: Empire State Autumn
Additional attractions and many included meals make this a truly special tour, escorted by Rail Travel Adventures President Carl Fowler, who grew up in this area.
Day Three, Thursday, October 9 (B,L) High Falls Gorge: Photo by Carl Fowler
High Falls Gorge; Adirondack Scenic Railroad.
Blue Mountain Lake: Photo by Carl Fowler
Wild Center; to Blue Mountain Lake.
Great Camp Minnowbrook: Photo by Carl Fowler
This afternoon, Mr. Fowler
shows us some of his
favorite places in these ancient mountains, which were the setting both for the first resort hotel in America (the Catskill Mountain House) and the story of Rip Van Winkle.