Open for the winter season to April 17, 2022.
This season, the resort is celebrating 60 years of skiing.
Panorama has been blessed with perhaps the finest fall line in the country. You don’t want steep-flat-steep-flat runs. You want a consistent pitch. Panorama Mountain rises 4,265 vertical feet and has more than 3,000 acres of terrain. It’s not until you reach the summit of Panorama that you fully realize the magnitude of what our mountain has to offer.
Panorama is also unique in that the resort offers daily heli-skiing and snowmobiling right from the village, giving guests an amazing experience of big mountains and deep snow.
One of the most appealing attributes of the Mountain Village is that it is, in fact, a village that is built for walking. Intentionally intimate, the resort embraces you with a range of ski-in / ski-out accommodation.
Access is easy. Fly into Calgary and drive one of the world’s great mountain highways, through Banff and Kootenay National Parks.
2021/22 Lift Tickets:
$134 Adult (18-64)
$118 Youth/Senior (13-17 & 65-74)
$68 Child (6-12)
(5 yrs & under free)
Summer Family Activities
1,300 m / 4,265 ft – Vertical
3,000 Acres skiable area
133 Runs / 10 lifts
2 Terrain parks
With a smaller-by-design village that is built for walking, Panorama’s signature slopeside accommodation, places you steps from the lifts and miles from the crowds. A range of townhomes and condominiums feature all the comforts of home, including fully-equipped kitchens. The Pine Inn offers ski-in/ski-out hotel rooms for basic, budget oriented accommodation steps from the chairlift.
Panorama offers a scheduled Airport Shuttle. The shuttle runs in each direction, up to three times daily to transfer guests to and from the Calgary International Airport.
Panorama is located right in the heart of the Powder Highway. The Powder Highway features 8 world-class ski resorts, 20 epic heli-ski companies, 15 kick-ass cat ski operators and a host of Nordic ski trail sites. Smart travellers choose to basecamp at Panorama as the resort lends itself well to an all-inclusive vacation because of the wide variety of activities. Its proximity to other Powder Highway destinations is ideal and most can be easily experienced on day trips.
A multi-year glading and trail enhancement program continues in Taynton Bowl, meaning classic backcountry-style runs like Heli High, B1st and Kinbasket are now easier to ski. A new trail in Sun Bowl, Solarium, will see its first tracks in December. Terrain shaping took place in Founder’s Ridge, widening narrow spots on Madison’s Mile and making access to Delesalle easier for intermediate skiers and riders.