Located at the summit of the pass in Glacier National Park. The centre has a theatre, exhibits about the discovery of Rogers Pass and the completion of the railway, and natural history displays.
Rogers Pass has been designated a National Historic Site in commemoration of its role as an essential link in the building of the transcontinental railway. Follow the abandoned 1890s rail line, walk through the collapsed snow sheds and stroll through the ruins of Glacier House, one of Canadian Pacific’s great hotels.
Explore Rogers Pass National Historic Site by taking the abandoned rail grade between Rogers Pass Centre and the Summit of Rogers Pass. The trail is 1.2 km, one way. Visitors using wheelchairs may bypass the section behind the centre and enter the trail just beyond the service station.
DCFC Charging Station located in the parking lot outside of the Discovery Centre.