Panorama Mountain Resort is located in the Kootenay Rockies in British Columbia, a 3.5 hour drive from Calgary International Airport (Alberta). The resort is compact, pedestrian friendly and is popular with families due to it’s friendly and relaxed atmosphere. A true ski-in ski-out mountain village where you can unclip at your accommodation, ride the village gondola and soak in some of Canada’s largest slopeside hot pools. A wonderful ski hill that offers something for any level of skier with some challenging runs for the advanced and over 50% of the terrain suitable for intermediates with some good beginner trails. The resort is generally uncrowded which makes it a great choice for your next Canada ski holiday.
Panorama AccommodationPanorama offers an intimate village consisting of a range of different accommodation. Check out some of our top recommendations for your next holiday to Panorama.
Ski PackagesFully customisable Panorama ski packages including flights, accommodation, lift passes, transfers and more!
Panorama DiningWhether it's fine dining, pub grub or something mid-range, there are plenty of great dining options in Panorama to choose from. Check out a few of our favorite options.
How to get to
PanoramaPanorama is best accessed via Calgary International Airport and then you have a few options for getting to the resort. Find out what option is best for you.
Panorama Trail MapsPanorama offers an enticing 1,300 metre vertical drop over 2,975 acres of skiable terrain with 129 named trails. All ability levels are well catered to (15% beginner, 35% intermediate, 20% advanced, 30% expert).
Featured Panorama Articles
First Snow Has Fallen and Resorts are Open!
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Aimee Engerbretson during a deep day at Palisades Tahoe last December. Last season was a record year for the Sierras and in an El Niño year above average snow totals are likely again this season Photo: Jeff Engerbretson Mountainw [...]
Guide to Panorama and The Purcells – Canada’s Purest Mountain Adventures?
An perfect mid-winter powder day in Panorama Mountainwatch | Nadine Robb If you have not already heard of Western Canada’s Columbia Valley, it is time that you did. As a section of the Rocky Mountain Trench, this mammoth glaci [...]
2022-2023 North American Snow Season Outlook – December Update: Early Season Storms Give Way to More Settled Period
Bernie Rosow enjoying some early season powder in the trees at Mammoth Mountain which has received 152cms so far this December and there’s more in the short term forecast. Photo: Christian Pondella Mountainwatch | The Grassho [...]
World Snow Wrap, Dec 3rd – Finally, Fresh Snow in Europe and Japan, Dumping in the US and Canada
Megan Dingham living the dream in Alta on Tuesday after 43cms of light powder. Photo: Rocko Menzyk Mountainwatch | Reggae Elliss The northern hemisphere winter is starting to settle in and there have been some good snowfalls acr [...]
2022-2023 North American Snow Season Outlook – More Snow up North, Less Down South and Everything in-between
Deep early season turns in Mammoth last Friday after the storm dropped 170cms. Photo: Andrew Miller Mountainwatch | The Grasshopper After a couple of stormy weeks, North America has exploded into the northern snow season with [...]
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