Panorama ski resort is seated at the base of a mountain etched with deep ridges. The virtually car-free village is set over two levels that are linked by a free gondola. The skiing is incredible in Panorama making for the perfect ski holiday. Forget long straight trails down the hill, and think twisting, turning, undulating, dipping and swerving. Huge views one minute followed by densely forested trails the next. This is a place for adventure, with a comfortable dwelling to ski home to.
This purpose-designed village ensures you are never more than five minutes from the mountain, or anything else. The excellent childcare and kids ski school makes Panorama ski resort a dream ski destination for families as well as thrill-seekers.
After all that play, Panorama ski resort is a small, quiet sanctuary to rest your weary ski legs. This intimate pedestrian village is perfect for those seeking a lively but laidback night scene.
Panorama ski resort offers not only downhill skiing in the winter but also excellent heli-skiing, snowmobiling, dog sledging, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, skating and so much more. From Calgary airport, the scenic 3 hour 45 minute transfer is worth the journey through Banff and Kootenay National Parks
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Resort Altitude: 1,181m
Resort Skiing: 2,400m
Total Ski Area: 100km
Green Runs: 20km
Blue Runs: 55km
Black Runs: 25km
Cross Country: 20km
Over 50% of Panorama’s skiing terrain is perfect for intermediate skiers. The long, wide groomed runs are stress-free and rarely busy so there’s plenty of space to explore the scenery. The abundance of varied blacks scribbled across the whole ski area will keep even the most discerning experts happy for hours. Intermediates with less confidence may find the terrain a little restrictive, but beginners will be happy with good nursery slopes and some pleasing long green runs.
Panorama ski resort is accessible for all levels of skiers. Most of the terrain is suited to experts and intermediates, however, at the base of the mountain, there are slopes for beginners. With a dedicated Discovery Zone where the lifts are slower and slopes are wide, it’s a great place to build your confidence. Adventure-seekers can take advantage of the incredible heli-skiing opportunites on offer in Panorama; the perfect way to experience the resort's stunning backcountry. On Saturday nights, the piste is open for night skiing.
Expert snowboarders can thoroughly enjoy all that Panorama has to offer, especially the endless amount of tree paths as well as the Extreme Dream Zone. There is also the Rockstar Terrain Park situated at the base of resort. Beginner boarders have their own designated areas with easier slopes to start on.
The Panorama Snow School’s team of qualified instructors will help you learn to ski and ride, while having fun. Whether it’s your first day on the slopes or you are taking a course to become an instructor - let Panorama’s Snow School help you build confidence and make your learning experience memorable. The Panorama Snow School caters to all ability levels. Programs are designed to meet your needs from group lessons to private.
The Wee Wascals childcare is available in Panorama ski resort for children aged 18 months to 5 years and can be booked on a full-day or half-day basis. The Kids Discovery Program is offered for children aged 6 to 15 years where they can learn to ski and enjoy the Alpine environment. This can also be booked on a full-day or half-day basis.
Panorama ski resort has a variety of restaurants ranging from formal dining to hassle-free family eat-outs and takeaways. The award-winning Earl Grey Lodge hosts a fine dining experience with set menus, while Chopper's Landing offers good value for money. The Summit Hut, located – as its name would suggest – at the top of the mountain (accessible by chair lift), entertains skiers with fondue and Canadian wine while they look out on stunning views of the Rockies.
Although mainly a family ski resort, there are some bars offering après and a selection of nightlife such as the Crazy Horse Saloon and Glacier Night Club in Panorama ski resort. Drop in at the T-Bar and Grill for live music, or enjoy a barbecue with the ski school before watching the torchlit ski descent from the comfort of North America's largest slopeside hot pools. Out and about, later on, dining options include steak, pasta and pizza at several tasty restaurants.
Panorama ski resort is home to Canada’s largest on-mountain hot pools that are just what's needed after a day’s skiing. There are several pools of varying temperature on the slopes of Toby’s Creek, where you can watch skiers swish past. Get a bird’s eye perspective of the Purcell and Rocky Mountains on a tandem paraglide. From snowmobiling, fat-tire biking and snowshoeing to horse-drawn wagon rides and glass-bead making, non-skiers can be assured they will be kept busy.