Panorama Springs Hot Pools
Great Resort for beginners and intermediates
Plenty of extreme skiing also, including Heliskiing
Large ski-in/out resort village with lots of restaurants and bars
Brand new terrain park - one of the best in the Rockies
Discover the most complete ski-in / ski-out resort in the Canadian Rockies. The village at Panorama has a large choice of restaurants, bar and shops. AS well as some of the best skiing in the Rockies they also offer the following winter activities:
Sit back and enjoy the scenery while
your experienced guide leads the dogs through incredible mountain wilderness or be adventurous and mush your own dog-sled team on the way home
Take the Village Gondola down to the Lower
Village and stroll across the bridge to our skating rink at the Adventure Centre. Shoot some pucks or just skate with your kids
Visit the Greywolf Nordic Centre and discover over 20km of trails groomed for both classic skiing
and skating. The centre is open from late-December to late March
Let Toby Creek Adventures take you on an unforgettable experience into the Purcell
wilderness! Half-day and full-day tours cater to the first time rider or seasoned pro (ext. 3043).
SNOWSHOE AND FONDUE
Experience the beautiful nature around our resort on foot. It's a peaceful, informative, way to learn more about the area. Complete the evening with fondue
SLEIGH RIDE AND FONDUE
Experience a magical sleigh ride in the clear mountain air as you travel through the snowy landscape
Panorama Mountain rises 4,000 vertical feet above true slope-side lodging and giant hot pools, but it's not until you reach the summit that the real scale of the terrain becomes apparent. Below, are Canada's longest groomed fall-line cruisers and legendary 'backcountry style' riding.
Panorama has 2,847 acres of terrain - ranging from wide open fall-line cruisers to powder-filled tree lines and the steep and deep exhilaration in Taynton Bowl.
The ski area is perfect for many skiers as 75% of the runs are suitable for beginners or intermediates. Think wide open groomers, winding down the fall-line from the summit right to the village base area or to the door of your condo.
For black-diamond runs head to the Taynton Bowl. Previously a Heli-skiing tenure, the area is now within bounds, so the slopes are patrolled, avalanche controlled and no backcountry gear is needed. Warm up first as the 700 acre bowl is all black runs. It's a great place to find powder stashes days after a dump.
This season Panorama has created a one-of-a-kind terrain park on Powder Trail. With tons of features and variety, this park is built for serious FUN! Panorama's Rockstar Terrain Park features ski-cross, jumps, hips, spines, rails, boxes and freestyle moguls to accommodate riders of all abilities. With over one kilometre of features, divided into upper and lower sections, our terrain park is the biggest and best in the Kootenay Rockies region.