Panorama Ski Resort

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About Panorama Mountain Resort

If you enjoy no crowds, Panorama ranks #1 for the most space per skier among the world’s 100 largest ski areas, endless open cruisy fall-line skiing on wide-open groomers, and challenging heli-ski terrain above a functional village with ski-in ski-out lodging, then Panorama may just your perfect ski and snowboard destination for you.

With an average snowfall of 204 inches (520 cm) Panorama gets a decent piece of the powder action, but what this mountain is famous for is keeping its snow, dry and light even days after a storm.

Panorama’s base elevation of 3773 ft (1150m) rises to a summit elevation of 8038 ft (2450 m), and delivers a heart-pounding vertical drop, the 8th longest in North America, while there are no worries about having to acclimatize to the altitude.

Once you settle into Panorama Village, you can ditch the car and step out onto the mountain thanks to a cleverly designed Intrawest master plan, the same architects of Whistler Village, before a group of local owners and investors purchased the resort.

Panorama Village offers a variety of restaurants, shops, pubs and cafes and there is free access to the hot pools for resort guests.

Panorama Lodging, Accommodation & Hotels

Panorama’s modern village works like a charm with ski-in / ski-out and slopeside accommodation, including fully self-contained condominiums and townhomes. There is an open village gondola that links the upper and lower villages with the dining, ski lifts and grocery store.

Panorama Terrain

Panorama offers 2,975 acres of terrain that includes endless open groomers, some fun challenging bumps, powder-filled tree lines, and the steeper and deeper options in the heli-type terrain of Taynton Bowl.

With approximately 50% of its terrain suitable for beginners and intermediates, Panorama’s emphasis is on its wide choice of open intermediate runs, groomed to perfection, that hold up all day because of the lack of crowds.

What makes skiing and riding Panorama so fun is the vertical drop of 4235 ft (1300m) that feels like you are skiing and boarding forever, which makes lapping top to bottom a real leg burner and smile generator.

All runs lead right back to the village or to the door of your ski in ski out accommodation. Panorama also offers 20 km of groomed cross-country skiing trails.

How To Get To Panorama

Panorama is in the Purcell Mountain of British Columbia with views across the Rocky Mountains. Located just 3 and half hours drive from Calgary International Airport (YYC), there are also daily airport shuttle transfers to and from the resort.

Other airport options include Canadian Rockies International Airport (YXC) 100 miles (161 km). Spokane International Airport (GEG) 288 m (464 km). Glacier Park International Airport (FCA) in Kalispell, MT 216 m (349 km).

Resort Lift Tickets

All pass types are available including seniors, adults, youth and children. Panorama is also part of The Mountain Collective pass. Nordic skiing passes are available. You can also purchase a pass to ride the Monster X, a cat shuttle service that takes you out to the furthest terrain on the eastern side of Taynton Bowl for expert skiers and riders.

Panorama Ski School

Panorama has a team of dedicated ski and ride coaches available for adult and kid group and private lessons. There are also ladies’ programs, improvement camps and adaptive programs for those alpine enthusiasts with a disability.

Resort Things To Do, Activities, Facilities & Tours

Panorama activities and things to do include skiing and snowboarding, the Monster X snowcat ride to access the high alpine terrain in Taynton Bowl, heli-skiing, climbing wall, snow tubing, tandem paragliding, ice skating, fat tyre biking Panorama Springs hot pool, snowshoeing, the Rockstar terrain park, or visit in the Invermere on the lake 20 minutes away.

Panorama Heli-Skiing

RK Heliski operates out of the Panorama Village and offers a staggering 930 square miles (1,500 square km) of awesome terrain to experience in the breathtaking Purcell Mountains.

Resort Restaurants & Dining

The range of dining options will keep the entire family happy, from pizza and pasta to smoked meats, steakhouses, vegetarian, to great coffee and treats.

Restaurants, pubs and coffee houses include: Alto Kitchen & Bar is the spot for gourmet pizza and fine mountain fare, T-Bar & Grill, Fireside Café, Cliffhanger Restaurant, CABIN Smokehouse, The Great Hall, Summit Hut, Elkhorn Cabin, Cappuccino Bar and the local’s favourite the Jackpine Pub.

Panorama Après & Nightlife

You wouldn’t pick Pano if you wanted to rage all night. Panorama is more of a family-friendly ski resort option, but with that said, you can get to mingle and make new friends at the various restaurants and bars.

The T-Bar & Grill is the first choice to enjoy some classic après after a great day of skiing and riding. From crispy chicken wings, nachos, and salads to handheld treats like the Mountain and Vegie burger if you really built up an appetite on the slopes.

On weekends you can hit the Jackpine Pub for a selection of craft and popular brews, while the nightlife at Pano centres around the T-Bar and Grill and fans out from there.

Resort Shopping

You can find everything you may need or have forgotten for skiing and riding can at the Toques and Tracks store in the heart of the village.

The latest clothing, socks, goggles, glasses, gear and all of your GoPro accessories. The Ski Cabin has the latest skis, boots and boards. Pano takes care of your grocery needs in the General Store. Mountain Outfitters for rentals, tuning and repair.

Relax and pamper yourself at Massage and Spa. And for the kids or the young at heart, a trip to the Canady Cabin is a treat!