Panorama Mountain
Panorama Mountain
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The massive mountain rises 4000 vertical ft and covers 3000 acres of terrain suitable for all abilities. Intermediates carve the famed fall-line groomed runs while advanced skiers revel in the steeps of Taynton Bowl. The summit’s 8000 ft elevation, just below tree-line, provides breathtaking views and stands tall over this convenient ski-in/ski-out village and the nearby quaint town of Invermere. After an exhilarating day on the slopes guests rejuvenate in Canada’s largest slopeside hot-pools. The resort’s relaxed character and abundance of onsite activities including heliskiing, Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and tubing make it a favourite for destination skiers. This is Panorama Mountain Village.
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Melanie G
Calgary, Canada1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2023 • Family
Planned to ski at Panorama on January 4th and have a Louise season pass where they are supposed to offer 25% off for season pass holders. They say it’s “blackout dates” but still offer the discount to lake Louise plus card holders??? Not only do they not offer the discount - they increased the day pass for an adult to $166/day which is extremely compared to other larger resorts in the area. Fernie for example is 2x the size and is only $149 for the day. We didn’t ski there and instead drive to Kimberley where we can support a hill that doesn’t take advantage of their customers. Very disappointed with their huge jump in price for the holidays.
Written January 4, 2023
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holiday9999
Port de Pollenca, Spain61 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Couples
Is it shabby and run down or is it a skiers paradise. It depends - if you like skiing in all terrain on well kept slopes and through trees with very few people if any around you this is paradise. We skied for two weeks and barely shared a chair lift.

If you are looking for stuff to do, places to eat and places to drink post or pre skiing then this isn’t the place for more than a few nights stay. The T bar, alto and the cabin are the only restaurants and there are only so many chicken wings and pizzas you can eat in a week. The resort accommodation and bar does feel shabby and needs investment and a bit late atmosphere but can you have quiet slopes and busy bars ? You have to take your choice.

We went down into Invermere in the afternoon and it was a ghost town so really not worth the trip.

Put your boots on , your Google’s on and enjoy the slopes you won’t regret it
Written February 13, 2020
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traveller2009Calgary
Calgary4 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2020
Nice hill to ride on but they screw you every chance they get. On my second day I bought another set of 4 RFID cards with my tickets (you don’t have a choice) and returned my old ones. The lady at the counter promptly “lost” my cards and stated bluntly that I did not give her any. So no deposit back. New for this season the “premium” parking upper lot is only for the ultra rich at $1000 for a parking space. Way to make regular people feel unwelcome you filthy animals.
Written January 1, 2021
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Jo C
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2.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2020 • Family
Other reviews are accurate about the parking. There’s very limited parking anywhere near the base and the parking attendants will not let you near to drop kids etc. So if you have young children and associated gear it’s an ordeal. Like others said you can pay $1000 for a guaranteed spot in the upper lot that is reasonably close to the lifts.
Written January 11, 2021
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836eldent
Calgary, Canada731 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2021
Outstanding Mountain, the skiing was fantastic, as it snowed 24 cm overnight, couldn't ask for a better day. I could honestly say it is the top mountain in the region for all classes of skiing, from beginners to expert runs. Everyone greets you, a very friendly mountain experience.
One huge asset was the cross country skiing at the golf coarse, we rented skis and boots there and the trails were outstanding, very well groomed, and since we are new to the cross counting skiing, a lot of people on the trails gave us good tip on the hills in the back country. This is a must do thing when visiting Panorama.
Written January 4, 2021
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Crazycanuck12
Canada106 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Family
Great mountain with lots of diversity. Snow here is generally good but lower areas can get slick. Vistas up top are incredible and there’s always some untracked snow in the glades in Tayton Bowl. The apres skiing is lack lustre but this isn’t Europe and if you have small kids it’s probably just right. The larger hot pools are pretty awesome and big enough for the kids to splash around without pestering anyone. We tend to come here just about every year due to the ski to door capability.
Written January 2, 2020
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DrDougieEvil
16 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 • Friends
Nice hill with plenty of terrain and good show conditions. Lots of cruisers but plenty of steep runs as well.

The longest lift line this week was about 12 people long.... Not 12 chairs, 12 people (3 chairs).

Definitely worth a visit.
Written February 13, 2020
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sc2010
Ontario10 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2020 • Family
The mountain is fine. A bit icy in some spots so be careful as it can creep up on you without warning. The setup is very poor right from the car park to the gondola. We have small kids and the parking attendants are not accommodating. The upper parking lot near the hill is very very small for such a big resort and they don’t even let you drop off the family so they can get setup. They force you to go down to the lower parking and get on the ever slow gondola. It’s very slippery while walking up to the gondola over that silly bridge and with small kids it’s a lot of work before even getting to the ski hill. I almost wished we hadn’t even bothered at one point. I wish the parking attendant would be more understanding at the top and let us drop off our kids and stuff so we wouldn’t all have to carry our skis up to the gondola. The hill is fine but they really don’t understand what it’s like to come skiing with smaller kids. The people working the lots are not trained to help guide families, there is no real drop off at the upper hill. We stayed here last year which makes it easier but the rooms are so outdated as other previous reviews state that we opted for copper point instead. On the mountain everything is fine, the mountain is good but it’s a real pain with small kids to start the day without any convenience. We will think twice, unfortunately there are not too many other hills in the area and we might just have to suck it up! But there should be an easy drop off near the upper parking lot, it doesn’t take a genius to figure that out. All other ski hills have a nice drop off area so little ones can make there way easier. Oh well!
Written December 29, 2020
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Jill S
Saskatoon, Canada193 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 • Friends
This ski resort offers a wide range of terrain for all abilities of skier/boarder. Multiple chairs help spread out the crowd so there is typically minimal waiting in line, especially mid-week. There are many options for lodging on the hill and several cafes. We always seem to find runs that have good snow even if not much fresh snow has fallen. Friendly lifties and staff. My only complaint is that while some areas that are out of bounds are roped off extremely well, others only have the smallest closed sign, so if you miss it you may end up in an area you’re not supposed to be if you try to chase some fresh tracks.
Written January 12, 2020
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DorothySJ
Saint John, Canada206 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020
Panorama is a great place to ski or board and offers breathtaking scenery, we were there for 1 week in January and skied ourselves to a happy exhaustion. The Mountain Friends tours (FREE! 10 am and 1:30 pm) are highly recommended as a way to learn the hill. We skied one morning with Linda and Jenny; we skied one morning and afternoon with Gerry and Edie, all the Mountain Friends are very friendly and knowledgeable and fun to share a beer with at the T-Bar at the end of the day.
Written January 23, 2020
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