A great-value resort with stunning views and famous slopeside hot pools.
- Under-the-radar resort boasting a big vertical of 1,225m and 2,847 skiable acres.
- Pleasant, purpose-built and pedestrianised village, with plenty of ski-in, ski-out accommodation.
- Quiet, tree-lined slopes for beginners and challenging back-country bowls for advanced skiers.
The ski school here (The Ski and Ride Center) is one of the best in Canada and, because the slopes are always quiet and there’s no language barrier, it’s a great place to learn. In the evening, après is all about soaking in the giant hot pools. Kids are well catered for with a good line-up of evening activities like movie nights, hot pool bingo and twilight snowshoe and s'mores tours. Panorama boasts some excellent dining from well-priced pub food, to classic North American cuisine and fine dining. Our favourite is après fondue at the Elkhorn Cabin. For a change of scenery, you can pop into the lakeside town of Invermere, just 15-20 minutes away on the free shuttle.
The name Panorama comes from the 360 degree views, as seen from the mountain summit. Don't miss taking some turns down the View of 1,000 Peaks run. The endless snowcapped peaks of the Purcell Mountain Range and Canadian Rockies is impressive and the Summit Hut restaurant at the peak is worth an extended lunch. On a nice day, just sit back and take in the views.
Ski Guiding: Free Mountain Hosts available daily to show you around the mountain (not suitable for beginners). This service is provided by local hosts and not Crystal Staff.
Please note: If you're travelling to Canada you'll need to complete an Electronic Travel Authorisation (eTA), at a cost of $7, as early as possible after booking as they can take longer than 72 hours to process. You can apply online now at www.Canada.ca/eta
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