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Fall Colours of the Qu'Appelle Valley Rail Tour

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Enjoy the fall colours of the Qu'Appelle Valley on a four-day, three-night rail tour, round trip from Winnipeg or Portage la Prairie, (Thursday to Sunday Sept. 19-22) with all daylight travel enjoying fall views from the train's dome car. Stay (every night in a hotel) in Melville, Sask., for three nights and enjoy two full-day tours by motorcoach viewing the valley's fall foliage and attractions.

Visits include the Calling Lakes area, Crooked Lake Provincial Park, the Melville Opera House and more before returning to Winnipeg by train. Inclusive of hotel stays, most meals including welcome dinner, breakfast each morning and dinner in the diner on the train the last night, great attractions and more for only $755 p/p sharing. Rail Travel Tours will have a presentation at 2 p.m. on July 31 at the Winnipeg Railway Museum (123 Main St.) and for more info and reservations call 204-897-9551 or toll-free 1-866-704-3528 due to space requirements.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 27, 2013 E11

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