Rail travel in North America
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If you are interested in rail travel in the U.S. and Canada there is the North American Rail Pass:
- North America Rail Pass  (Amtrak)  (VIA Rail) allows for unlimited travel within a 30 consecutive day period. The pass allows for travel on most of VIA Rail and Amtrak's 45,000 kilometer (28,000 miles) rail network. The pass costs $709 in the off-peak season and $999 in the peak season.
The pass does have some restrictions:
- You must embark on at least one trip between the U.S. and Canada.
- You must also travel on both an Amtrak train and a VIA Rail train.
- Your last trip must end by midnight on the last night the pass is valid.
- You may only use four one way passes on any one particular leg.
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