Multi-Use Trail Conditions

A groomed cross-country system for all abilities

The Panorama multi-use trail network offers more than 20 km of groomed trails. Through forest and along Toby Creek, the network provides skiers of all abilities an uncrowded experience in spectacular mountain scenery to cross-country ski, fat tire bike and snowshoe.

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WINTER 2019/20

Our multi-use trail system begins at the Greywolf Golf Course clubhouse and is for non-motorized use only. Trails are groomed regularly and are open to classic and skate skiing, fat tire biking, snowshoeing and walking. Please be respectful of the classic ski track set and do not damage it by walking or biking on it.

Please pay for trail fees at the Greywolf Pro Shop or Guest Services in Ski Tip Lodge.

Equipment Rentals
  • Cross-country skis, poles and boots (Greywolf Pro Shop)
  • Fat Tire Bikes (Ski Cabin in the Upper Village)
  • Snowshoes (Mountain Outfitters and Greywolf Pro Shop)
2019/20 Grooming Schedule
  • Thursday and Saturday night: Valley Trail 1, Valley Trail 3,  Prospector's, Placer, Placer Outer, Pearl, Dragon Tail, Hale, Alder
  • Tuesday night: Valley Trail 1, Valley Trail 3,  Prospector's, Placer, No Name, Dragon Slide, Delphine, Moose Meadow, Hale, Alder
  • Heavy snowfall plan: Valley Trail 1, Valley Trail 3, Prospector's, Placer, Hale, Alder

NOTE: Snowfall may alter grooming plans but our goal will be to provide fresh groomed trails as soon as we can after a snow event.

Trail Conditions - Inner Loops

The section from the green suspension bridge (Adventure Centre) to the cement bridge (far end of lower parking lot) sees heavy foot traffic on warm days. We highly recommend not using this section of trail and starting from the Greywolf Golf Course clubhouse instead.

The following trails are referred to as the Inner Loops. They are groomed with a snowmobile and Yellowstone track setter. These trails offer a classic track and at times can be wide enough for skate skiing. These trails are relatively flat and great for learning. As such, they see heavy use from multiple user groups.

TRAIL STATUS LAST GROOMED
Valley Trail 1 Open  26 JAN
Valley Trail 2 Open  22 JAN
Valley Trail 3 Open  26 JAN
Prospectors Open  26 JAN
Paradox Open  13 JAN
Creekside Open  
Trail Conditions - Outer Loops

The following trails are accessed beginning with Placer. These trails are referred to as the Outer Loops. They are groomed with a full sized snow cat and are tilled and double track set. The Outer Loops offer the best classic and skate skiing experience at Panorama.  Hours of operation.

TRAIL STATUS LAST GROOMED
Placer  Open  26 JAN
Placer Outer Open  26 JAN
Alder Open  26 JAN
No Name Open  24 JAN
Pearl Open  26 JAN
Hale Open  26 JAN
Delphine Open  24 JAN
Dragon Slide Open  24 JAN
Dragon Tail Open  26 JAN
Moose Meadow Open  24 JAN
Hopeful Open  
Trailside Warming Huts 

Our trails offer a couple trailside warming huts for your convenience. Please be respectful of the huts for your fellow skiers. Pack out any garbage that you bring with you.  

Hut STATUS
Hale Hut Open
Pentagon Hut Open

 

Weather Forecast

2:24pm 26 January, 2020

Tonight

Alpine temperature: Low -5 °C.

Precipitation: Nil.
Cloudy with clear periods.
Freezing level at valley bottom.
Ridge wind west: 10-20 km/h.

Monday

Alpine temperature: High -5 °C.

Precipitation: Trace.
Cloudy with sunny periods and isolated flurries.
Freezing level: 1500 metres.
Ridge wind southwest: 10-30 km/h.

Tuesday

Alpine temperature: Low -7 °C, High -4 °C.

Precipitation: Trace.
A mix of sun and cloud with isolated flurries.
Freezing level: 1700 metres.
Ridge wind west: 15-30 km/h.

Wednesday

Alpine temperature: Low -7 °C, High -5 °C.

Precipitation: Nil.
Cloudy with sunny periods.
Freezing level: 1200 metres.
Ridge wind southwest: 15 km/h.

Thursday

Alpine temperature: Low -8 °C, High -4 °C.

Precipitation: Nil.
A mix of sun and cloud.
Freezing level: 1400 metres.
Mostly light ridge wind occasionally gusting to 40 km/h.

Friday

Alpine temperature: Low -6 °C, High 0 °C.

Accumulation: 4 cm.
Cloudy with sunny periods and isolated flurries.
Freezing level: 1700 metres.
Mostly light ridge wind occasionally gusting to 35 km/h.

Saturday

Alpine temperature: Low -2 °C, High 0 °C.

Accumulation: 26 cm.
Snow, heavy at times.
Freezing level: 2000 metres.
Mostly light ridge wind occasionally gusting to 40 km/h.

Sunday

Alpine temperature: Low -14 °C, High -1 °C.

Accumulation: 11 cm.
Flurries.
Freezing level: 1800 metres.
Mostly light ridge wind occasionally gusting to 65 km/h.

Monday

Alpine temperature: Low -17 °C, High -15 °C.

Precipitation: Nil.
A mix of sun and cloud.
Freezing level at valley bottom.
Mostly light ridge wind occasionally gusting to 35 km/h.

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Forecast

Tomorrow

Cloudy with sunny periods and isolated flurries.

Freezing level: 1500 metres.

Ridge wind southwest: 10-30 km/h.

-5°c
Current Weather

4:30PM 26 January, 2020

Village1180m

c

Mid Mountain2160m

-4°c

Summit2365m

-6°c
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