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by: Luke - 25th February 2019

  • 5
  • 3Beginner
  • 4Intermediate
  • 5Expert
  • 5All-Mtn. Terrain
  • 4Family Friendly
  • 3Aprés Ski
  • 3Terrain Park
  • 5Overall Value
Incredible terrain, no lift lines, amazing views and awesome Snow!
if you're more into apres than the skiing, go elsewhere, hard to predict snow fall

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Panorama is a true hidden gem. If you can visit midweek, I can guarantee that you'll ski on the lift 90 percent of the time. And even at the weekends you'll be unlucky to wait in line longer than 5 minutes. Panorama has a reputation from days gone by of getting icy. And whilst it's true that there are certain pitches on the highly trafficked intermediate front side runs, if you ski anywhere other than the runs under the lift lines then you'll almost always find excellent Snow. The last few years have seen big investment in grooming too, and I honestly think there's some of the best grooming anywhere in the world! Panorama even won the world grooming awards! If groomers aren't your thing, and you're looking for the more "backcountry" style terrain BC is famous for, then prepare to be blown away by Taynton bowl, a vast back bowl with endless line choices. Here you'll often find fresh tracks days after it snows. The new monster terrain is out past Taynton, with even more alpine style lines and if you don't fancy the walk, a new snow cat can take you up the hardest section of the hike for only 15cad. Don't believe the snow forecast or snow fall reports here though. Panorama seems to get the biggest dumps when there's little in the forecast, and often big dumps end up being just a few cm by the time it arrives. Snow reports are often wrong too. 5cm on the front side that is reported by the resort is often 3 to 4 times that amount on the back bowls thanks to aspects and windloading they receive.

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  • Dorothy (11th April 2019)

    It looks like Whistler BC up here. Everyone is super friendly in Panorama and Invermere BC. Food prices in Invermere is economical...

  • Luke (25th February 2019)

    Panorama is a true hidden gem. If you can visit midweek, I can guarantee that you'll ski on the lift 90 percent...

  • Jamie Ruff (16th February 2019)

    Guess skiin comes second to music concerts — message received, I’ll take my business elsewhere. I wasn’t even halfway through my lunch...

  • crooksc (4th January 2019)

    Had the pleasure of staying at the resort over Christmas and New Years in 2018. It was an extremely family friendly resort...

  • Jeremy (11th December 2017)

    amazing place to call home and work!

  • Natalie Dal (27th December 2016)

    Panorama is a very pretty hill, not overly populated, with a good variety of runs. However we had a poor ending with...

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