Panorama Mountain Resort Facilities

Panorama Mountain Resort Facilities

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Panorama Mountain Resort has a well established village and ski resort facilities, and can cater to most ski holiday needs. Many of the services and facilities are concentrated around the main day lodge at the base, the Ski Tip Lodge. Guest services are also located here and can assist with many assorted requests.

Panorama Ski Rentals & Other Equipment Rentals

The Panorama Mountain Resort offers ski and snowboard rentals at Mountain Outfitters. Discounts are available if equipment rental is pre-booked with lodging.

Cross country ski rentals are available at the Panorama Nordic Centre at Greywolf, along with fat tire bikes and snowshoes.

Syndicate Board Shop in Invermere also offers ski and snowboard rentals.

Children’s Facilities

The Wee Wascals day care is conveniently located in the conference centre in the upper village of Panorama, just a stone’s throw from the slopes. Child care can be provided for a half day or full day for infants 18 months up to 5 year olds. Costs are quite reasonable. Evening babysitting is available and can be arranged via guest services.

Panorama Ski School

The Panorama Ski and Ride School offers various typical ski and snowboard lessons for different ability levels. Adult novice lesson packages are in half day, full day or 2 day formats. Standard adult (18+) group lessons are conducted in small groups in a half or full day format.

As to be expected, private lessons are available and are ideal if you want tips to prepare for heli skiing or want a guided tour of Taynton Bowl.

For too-cool-for-school teens there are group lessons that include tuition in the terrain park.

Panorama ski school also has extensive programs for children aged 3 and above.

Eating On Mountain

The main cafeteria and food court at the Panorama Mountain Resort is located in the Great Hall in Ski Tip Lodge. Even when it seems that no one is out on the slopes, it is amazing that such crowds can congregate here around lunch time. It’s a great place to meet, but if you want a peaceful lunch there are better on-mountain options that afford great views.

The pick of the bunch is the Summit Hut. The interior of the hut is cute and cosy, and it has a fire and plenty of character. The alternative is to perch on a reclining chair on the sunny deck. They serve hot beverages, soups, bratwursts, and stir fries. For après they have a program that includes wine and fondue.

Elkhorn Cabin has great views and offers classic alpine fare.

Or search around the slopes for the snowcat Snowlicious, which is a street food truck.