The Jasper – Prince Rupert train (formerly the Skeena) is a Canadian passenger train service operated by Via Rail between Jasper, Alberta, Prince George and Prince Rupert in British Columbia.
The train operates three times weekly, departing Jasper on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, the return service departs Prince Rupert on the same days of the week. The train conveys Economy Class, and during the peak summer period, Touring Class. In Comfort Class, one can buy food from the food cart and there is one power point in the carriage. There is also access to a microwave and hot water, for passengers who bring their own food. Totem Class is treated to three meals a day (hot dinner), as well as access to the dome car. Staff offer commentary throughout the journey.
It offers connections at Prince Rupert between the BC Ferries service to Port Hardy, the Alaska Marine Highway service to points in southeast Alaska, and a connection at Jasper to the Via Rail Canadian to Vancouver and Toronto.
Via Rail renamed the train from Skeena in 2009.
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