Panorama Mountain Village
Panorama Mountain Village British Columbia boasts a vertical drop of over 4,000 feet, the second highest in Canada, and affords some of the longest continuous runs anywhere.
Panorama Mountain Resort
The skiable terrain covers almost 2,900 acres and is serviced by ten lifts, including two high-speed detachable quad chairs, one fixed grip quad and a village gondola lifting guests from the Panorama Mountain Resort to the Day Lodge (about a one-minute ride).
Panorama Ski Resort
Snowmaking covers 40 percent of the named runs, up to the 3,000 foot vertical level. The 100-plus trails at Panorama Ski Resort are well groomed so that visitors can enjoy top-notch conditions from mid-December through mid-April.
A full range of services are offered for skiers and snowboarders to ensure a convenient vacation.
The Panorama Mountain Resort will offer a fast track into the ski industry for those seeking to become snow sport instructors or professional ski patrol. Programs range in duration from 1 month to the entire season and will offer training towards CSIA and CASI Level 1 and 2 instructor certification, as well as, a professional ski patrol certification. The instructor side of the Academy offers a season long internship program, allowing candidates to gain experience in the industry while working towards their accreditation at Panorama Mountain Village Resort.
Panorama Village BC, has recently added new gladed black diamond terrain and is located about 180 miles from Calgary and 270 miles from Spokane, Washington.
TRAIL RATINGS Easiest: 15 % More Difficult: 15 % Most Difficult: 40 % Experts Only: 30 % MOUNTAIN STATISTICS Base Elevation: 3,800 ft (1,160 m) Summit Elevation: 7,800 ft (2,380 m) Vertical Drop: 4,000 ft (1,220 m) Skiable Area: 2,847 acres (1,153 hectares) Annual Snowfall: 187 in (479 cm) Snowmaking: 40 % coverage Number of Lifts: 9 Uphill Lift Capacity: 7,000 per hour Types of Lifts: 1 8-person Gondola 2 Hi-Speed Quads 1 Quad Chair 1 Triple Chair 1 Double Chair 3 Surface Lifts Number of Trails: 100+ Longest Run: 15,333 ft (4,673 m) CONTACT INFORMATION Telephone: 250 342-6941 Snow Phone: 250 342-6941 Facsimile: 250 342-3395