Panorama's Alpine Village is a vibrant shopping and dining hub, with restaurants, eateries and brewpubs, a general store stocked with ski chalet kitchen-essentials, boutiques for adventure gear and outwear, a childcare centre, spa and more.
From the heart of the village, experience the ultimate Canadian winter backcountry adventure, care of RK Heli-Skiing and Monster X Snowcat. Try tricks in the terrain park, explore the fat biking trail network, skate on the outdoor rink and snowshoe in featherlight powder. When ski season ends, Panorama's summer fun begins. Play a round at Greywolf, hit the mountain biking trails, hike in the alpine, and discover even more family-friendly activities in the village.
Take your ride to the sky with RK Heliski, a 50-plus year Canadian heli-skiing and snowboarding veteran in the legendary Jumbo Valley. As one of the highest helicopter operations in North America, RK Heliski provides guests with next-level vertical and consistent featherlight powder. Choose from three and five-run rides and semi-private or private packages to explore the Purcell Mountains’ high elevation gladed trees, open bowls and glaciated runs.
Hit the links at Greywolf, PMR’s 18-hole mountain course designed by Canadian landscape architect Doug Carrick. Drive, chip and put your way through the dynamic par-3s. Challenge your game on the signature Cliffhanger Hole, considered among the best in the world. Take in the breathtaking views of soaring Canadian Rockies peaks, verdant woodlands, rolling fairways, manicured greens, and tranquil water features.
Summer at PMR is for biking. Head to the Bike Park for the high-speed quad chair, 1,246 ft of vertical and a 30 km labyrinth of downhill trails. In PMR’s high alpine, the Hopeful Bike Trails are an uphill ride or hike-a-bike from the top of the Mile 1 Express Quad and a challenging route down. Or go cross-country, exploring the paved Valley Trail and forested single or double-track Monument trails.
There is so much to do at Panorama Mountain Resort in every season. It’s all about the amazing adventures, and making amazing memories in the mountains.
Soak, splash, and swim in Canada’s largest slopeside outdoor pools, open year-round. At Panorama Springs, enjoy a warm pool, two hot tubs and a large cold pool with a wading area and waterslides (summer only).
Take a spin around Panorama’s outdoor rink. Ice skating is a perfect family-friendly activity for kids of all ages after a day on the slopes. Located outside Summit and 1000 Peaks lodges, just past Candy Cabin, the rink offers sweeping views of the surrounding mountain.
Treat yourself to Panorama’s signature Raclette experience at the Elkhorn Cabin, located midway down the Rollercoaster run. Enjoy a leisurely lunch, or ski in for a decadent dinner of beef tenderloin, Swiss cheese, and veggies that you grill at the table.
Toby Creek Adventures offers unforgettable snowmobile tours for first-timers, intermediate riders to seasoned experts. For a gentler pace, head to the Panorama Nordic Centre at Greywolf for more than 20-plus km of dedicated, groomed cross-country trails.
Float across featherlight powder on a snowshoeing adventure. Embracing this quintessential Canadian activity is a tranquil way to explore PMR’s snow-draped winter wonderland. Trek the trails on your own or level up the experience and go with a guide.
Calling all powder seekers — it’s time to level up your ski and board experience with a ride on PMR’s snowcat. Think of Monster X as the ultimate shuttle service, providing easy access to the resort’s best steep and deep terrain.
Jib, slide and fly through 6.62 acres of terrain at PMR’s Horseshoe Pak. Test your mettle, and progress from beginner to intermediate in the upper half of the park, featuring four jumps and seven boxes / rails.
Gear up for an epic winter ride on a fat tire bike. With oversized snow-gripping rubber tires, these beefed-up bikes are perfect for exploring PMR’s snowy resort roads and tranquil multi-use trails.
Panorama is a mountain resort and an alpine village, tucked deep into Canada’s oldest mountains. It’s not just another resort with great skiing and riding. There’s more to the mountains up here and loads of adventurous activities just waiting to be discovered.