Explore the towering Canadian Rockies and rustic New England trails in two College of the Mainland Lifelong Learning Program trips, open to adults of all ages.

Travel presentations detailing the breathtaking, affordable trips will be held Dec. 9 at 3:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. at the COM Learning Center-Delmar, 1130 Delmar in La Marque.

Both trips are eight days. Tours include airfare, some meals, daily sightseeing and admission fees, professional tour director, baggage handling, cancellation waiver and a post-departure plan.
The trip Canadian Rockies Via Rail departs June 17, 2015, and costs $4,095 per person for a double occupancy room. It covers three national parks, two islands and the Athabasca Glacier Ice Explorer.

New England Rails and Trails departs Oct. 3, 2015, and costs  $2,840 per person for a double occupancy room. The tour spans Vermont, Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire  highlights from the Maple Sugar Farm to Hollow Cider Mills, plus attendees will follow in the footsteps of Paul Revere.
“People asked for longer trips and we listened,” said COM Director of Lifelong Learning Alesha Vardeman Aulds. “The two trips accommodate different budgets and include almost everything from flights to some meals. They are an exciting way to enjoy an educational experience and some dazzling views.”

RSVP for either travel presentation to 409-933-8912.