Panorama Mountain is a year round resort destination located southwest of the community of Invermere, BC in the Columbia Valley of British Columbia, Canada.
Panorama Village located on the mountain is a full serviced mountain community popular for mountain biking, golfing & hiking in the summer months and skiing and snowboarding in the winter months.
During the winter months, after the snow, the village welcomes many downhill skiers and snowboarders to the region. The mountain resort terrain covers 2847 acres and includes alpine bowls, 120 ski runs and two snowboard terrain parks while boosting a vertical of 1220 metres.
Other activities enjoyed on the resort mountain include dog sledding. nordic skiing, alpine cross country skiing, heli skiing, snowmobile, sleigh rides, night skiing and snowshoeing.
The ski runs on the mountain cater to all skiers and boarders of all skill levels. On the mountain 20% of the ski runs are designed for beginners, 55% for intermediate, 25% for expert.
Some of the runs on the mountain include the Stump Farm, Little Dipper, Cliff Glade, Hoggsflats, Horseshoe, Taynton Trail, Ostrander, Rollercoaster, Old Timer, Fritz's Gunbarrel, Elmo, devil's Drop, Champagne Surf and the Orca. The Never Never Land run is the longest run measuring at 5.5 kilometres.
The ski runs and snow activities are serviced by 9 lifts on the mountain including 1 Village Gondola, 2 Express Quad Chairs, 1 Quad Chair, 1 Triple Chair, 1 Double Chair, 1 Platter, 2 Carpet lifts.
In the summer months Panorama Mountain is an extreme mountain biking destination in the Kootenays. The mountain trails are serviced by a gondola fitted for mountain bikes. The trails include some high skill level downhill routes as well as some trick routes with some good air.
Other summer activities enjoyed on the mountain during the summer months include golfing, sightseeing, horseback riding, wildlife viewing and hiking. Trails on the mountain worth exploring include the Cox Creek, Hopeful Creek and Taynton Creek Trails.
The Panorama Village and the Greywolf Nordic Centre are both located at the base of the mountain. Services on the mountain include many accommodations and a few restaurants, coffee shops, retail stores, corner stores, pubs, deli, a child care centre, rental shops and lessons.