Organization: Canadian National Railways (CN)
What is a CN Canrailpass?
It is a Canadian National passenger ticket designed to allow visitors from the United States maximum travel in Canada at very low cost. It provides unlimited travel in Canada at very low cost. It provides unlimited travel in day coaches any day of the week for thirty consecutive days, between 1 October and 30 April, on Canadian National trains in Canada. Also valid on certain connecting bus services.
How much does a Canrailpass cost?
$119 for adults and $60 for children between the ages of 5 and 11 inclusive (Canadian funds or U.S. equivalent). Children under 5 travel free.
What train accommodation may be used?
Canrailpass entitles passengers to occupy space in day coaches. Club car or sleeping car accommodation, if desired, may be purchased at regular rates.
What about meals?
Meals are served without additional charge during regular meal hours to persons travelling in sleeping or club cars on trains where meal service cars are operated. Passengers in coaches may purchase meals at popular prices.
Who may purchase a Canrailpass?
Any permanent resident of the United States. Identification in the form of current driver’s license, social security card or passport is required both at the time of purchase and for travel on CN trains.
For coach accommodation on all-reserved trains and for sleeping or club car space, reservations should be made in advance to avoid disappointment.
Where can a Canrailpass be purchased?
Canrailpasses are sold through CN passenger Service Centres located at: – 630 – 5th Ave., New York, N.Y. 10020; Union Station, Toronto, Ont., CN Station Building, Windsor, Ont., CN Station, Vancouver, BC.
These CN offices service requests from CN representatives, Travel Agents and individuals.
Persons in Canada, including Travel Agents, may arrange through CN Sales offices in Canada, for delivery of Canrailpass to eligible residents in the United States. The pass must be purchased prior to departure from the United States. It will not be sold after arrival in Canada.
The physical version of this product is part of the federal identity archive.