Solitude on skis.
Discover 20 km of groomed trails. Classic and skate
Winter Panorama Spring Invermere-on-the-lake
The Panorama Nordic Centre at Greywolf offers more than 20+ km of regularly groomed trails dedicated to cross country skiing. Through forest and alongside Toby Creek, the cross country specific trails provide an uncrowded experience in spectacular mountain scenery.
Please pay for trail fees at the Panorama Nordic Centre at Greywolf located at the Greywolf Golf Course Clubhouse or Guest Services in Ski Tip Lodge.
Masks and face coverings are mandatory in all public indoor spaces and many outdoor zones around the village. Please read our COVID protocols and winter operations before visiting.
Just 20 km from the resort is the Lake Windermere Whiteway, recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest ice-skating loop and alongside it is a 15km Nordic loop which is groomed and track set. The views of the Rockies and the Purcells from the expanse of the frozen lake are remarkable! More trails are available deep in the Kootenays too and the Toby Creek Nordic Ski Club can help point you in the right direction.
|NORDIC DAY TICKET||NORDIC SEASON PASS|
|Adult (18 - 64)||$19||$119|
|Youth (13 - 17)||$15||$89|
|Child (6 - 12)||$12||$69|
|Senior (65 - 74)||$15||$89|
|Tot||FREE (ticket required)||$39|
|Super Senior (75+)||FREE (ticket required)||$39|
The above Nordic season pass price does not include the cost of the Panorama Pass Card. Cards are $5, reload existing cards and SAVE $5.
There is a $5 day ticket and $25 season pass to take your dog with you on our certain trails. You are responsible for their behavior and clean up.
Panorama Nordic Centre offers both a Pooch Pass Day Ticket or Pooch Season Pass for cross country ski trails. Dog owners must bring a full-body photograph of the dog when purchasing your Pooch Season Pass.
Dogs are permitted in the following areas, under the full control of their owners:
Individuals who use these trails should be prepared to meet dogs at any time.
Panorama Nordic Centre understands some cross country skiers wish to ski with their dogs and also accepts that others skiers feel threatened by dogs. The below rules attempts to find a fair balance between the interests of both as well as safety for the dog. All dog owners using the Panorama Nordic Centre dog accepted trails are required to be aware of these rules prior to use.
All users of Panorama Nordic Centre, whether dog owners or not, should be familiar with specific rules below to support the wellbeing for all users and enforcement. Knowing these rules will;