Panorama Nordic Centre

Trail Conditions Report

The Panorama Nordic Centre at Greywolf offers a selection of Nordic (cross country) skiing, fat biking, snowshoeing and trail walking. The network of various specialty trails offers more than 20 km of adventure. Through forest and alongside Toby Creek, the trails provide an uncrowded experience in spectacular mountain scenery.

WINTER 2020/21

Our trail system begins at the Greywolf Golf Course Clubhouse and is only a 1.4 km drive from Panorama's upper village. Trails are designated for specific winter sports (cross country, fat biking, snowshoeing). Cross country only trails are groomed on a regular basis.

Trail Designations

Respect your fellow trail user and obey all trail designations so that everybody can enjoy their activity of choice.

  • Cross country trails are for Nordic skiers only unless otherwise signed and are groomed for both skate and classic skiing.
  • Fat tire bikes & snowshoe trails  are used by both fat tire bikers & snowshoers. Snowshoers are to yield to fat bikers by stepping to the side of the trail.
  • Multi-use trails are predominately used by walkers. Fat tire bikers, snowshoers and dog owners are permitted. These trails are not recommended for cross country skiers.

Please note there no motorized vehicles allowed at anytime on any trails.

Trail Tickets and Passes

If you wish to cross country ski, fat tire bike or snowshoe a ticket to use the trails is required and is available at the Panorama Nordic Centre at Greywolf or Guest Services in Ski Tip Lodge. Season passes are also available for purchase.

Grooming Schedule

Grooming of all country cross country only trails will be done a daily basis or as required. All cross country specific trails are groomed for both skate and classic. 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

Please note that this page is under construction as we realign some of our trail naming.

  • CROSS COUNTRY ONLY TRAILS

    Our Cross Country are predominantly in the Monument Network except for Paradox which is part of the Village Network.

    Cross country trails are for the enjoyment of cross country skiing only (unless otherwise signed*.) Cross country trails are groomed for both skate and classic skiing.

    TRAIL TRAIL RATING RATING SYMBOL STATUS LAST GROOMED
    Paradox Easiest Trail Rating icon green Open  January 26
    Connector
    (Pooch Pass permitted trail)
    Easiest Trail Rating icon green Open  January 26
    Placer
    (Pooch Pass permitted trail to the Pentagon Hut)
    Easiest / More difficult Trail Rating icon green blue Open  January 26
    Great Scott!
    (Was Outer Placer)
    More difficult Trail Rating icon blue Open  January 23
    Alder Easiest / More difficult Trail Rating icon green blue Open  January 24
    No Name More difficult Trail Rating icon blue Open  January 24
    Pearl Easiest Trail Rating icon green Open  January 24
    Hale More difficult Trail Rating icon blue Open  January 26
    Dragon Slide More difficult Trail Rating icon blue Open  January 24
    Dragon Tail Most difficult Trail Rating icon black Open  January 24
    Delphine Most difficult Trail Rating icon black Open  January 24
    Moose Meadow More difficult Trail Rating icon blue Open  January 22

     

  • FAT TIRE BIKE & SNOWSHOE TRAILS

    These trails follow mostly the Village Network but dabble into the beginnings of the Monument Network. There are three trails that are designated for Fat Tire Bike and/or Snowshoe use only. Trails marked multi use are open for the enjoyment of walkers, cross country skiers and dog owners.

    These trails are not groomed regularly and are not recommended for cross country skiing. Dogs required to be leashed at all times. Pooch Pass not required.

    TRAIL NETWORK DESIGNATION SYMBOL STATUS REMARKS
    The South Face Village Snowshoe Trail Rating icon blue black Open  Last Groomed Dec 23
    Giddy Up Monument Snowshoe & Fat Bike Trail Rating icon blue Closed  Coming winter 2020/21
    Thrill Hill Bypass Monument Snowshoe & Fat Bike Trail Rating icon blue Closed Coming winter 2020/21
    Mountain View 
    (was Valley Trail 1)
    Village Multi Use Trail Rating icon yellow Open  Last Groomed Dec 23
    Fairway
    (was Valley Trail 2)
    Village Multi Use Trail Rating icon yellow Open  Last Groomed Jan 26
    Village View
    (was Valley Trail 3)
    Village Multi Use Trail Rating icon yellow Open  Last Groomed Jan 26
    Creekside
    (was Prospectors & Creekside)
    Village Multi Use Trail Rating icon yellow Open  Last Groomed Dec 23

     

  • MULTI USE TRAILS

    Multi-use trails are for the enjoyment of walkers, fat bikers, snowshoers, dog owners. multi-use trails are not groomed regularly and are not recommended for cross country skiing. Dogs required to be leashed at all times. Pooch Pass not required.

    TRAIL NETWORK DESIGNATION SYMBOL STATUS REMARKS
    Mountain View 
    (was Valley Trail 1)
    Village Multi Use Trail Rating icon yellow Open Last Groomed December 23
    Fairway
    (was Valley Trail 2)
    Village Multi Use Trail Rating icon yellow Open

    Last Groomed  January 26

    Village View
    (was Valley Trail 3)
    Village Multi Use Trail Rating icon yellow Open Last Groomed
    January 26
    Creekside
    (was Prospectors & Creekside)
    Village Multi Use Trail Rating icon yellow Open Last Groomed December 23

     

  • TRAILSIDE HUTS
    Trailside Huts 

    Our trails offer a couple of trailside huts for your convenience. The Hale Hut has a heater but the Pentagon Hut does not. 
    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

     

New for winter 2020/21

Nordic Friends

This volunteer program is all about providing Nordic trail information, education as well as receiving feedback from out on the trails. Look for them in their blue Swix jackets and toques.

trail courtesy triangle

Trail Fees Winter 2020/21

Please pay for trail fees at the Panorama Nordic Centre at Greywolf located at the Greywolf Golf Course Clubhouse. You can find equipment rental pricing, here.

  NORDIC DAY TICKET NORDIC SEASON PASS FAT BIKE & SNOWSHOE DAY TICKETS
Adult (18 - 64) $19 $119 $10
Youth (13 - 17) $15 $89 $8
Child (7 - 12) $12 $69 $8
Senior (65 - 74) $15 $89 $6
Tot FREE (ticket required) $39 FREE (ticket required)
Super Senior (75+) FREE (ticket required) $39 FREE (ticket required)

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.

Toby Creek Nordic Club members receive a 25% discount on trail fees and season passes.

Pooch Pass and Tickets

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.

Rules for Dog Accompaniment

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:

  • Paradox Connector
  • Placer Trail (from Greywolf Drive underpass through to Pentagon Hut)
  • All Multi Use marked trails

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;

  • make users of Panorama Nordic Centre aware of what they can expect in matters related to dogs.
  • promote responsible use of the trails and facilities by skiers with dogs.
  • encourage mutual respect between those people who ski with their dogs and those who do not.
  • heighten  procedures for responding to incidents regarding dog and owner behavior.
  • If a dog bites a human or another dog or displays aggressive behavior while at Panorama Nordic Centre, the incident must be reported immediately, and the owner of the dog will be contacted by Greywolf Nordic Centre staff.  In the interest of safety, the dog’s trail privileges will be withdrawn immediately until a resolution is reached.
  • At the time of purchase of either a Pooch Season Pass and/or Pooch Day Ticket, the owner will sign that he/she has read the Dog Trail Policy and agrees to follow the conditions and the stated Code of Conduct. This agreement will be kept on file with the dog identification data at Panorama Nordic Centre.
  • Owners who refuse to comply with the Conditions and Code of Conduct will have their passes and/or dog passes revoked immediately.
  • Maximum of one dog per skier.
  • All dogs must have a Panorama Nordic Centre Pooch Season Pass or Pooch Day Ticket attached to the neck or harness when using Panorama Nordic Trails. This display will have a unique number that is registered with Greywolf Nordic Centre and be easily seen.
  • Dogs must be leashed at all times. The leash length must be not be longer than 3 metres.  Retractable leashes are not allowed.
Weather Forecast

8:27am 26 January, 2021

Today

Alpine temperature: High -11 °C.

Precipitation: Nil.
A mix of sun and cloud.
Freezing level at valley bottom.
Light ridge wind.

Tonight

Alpine temperature: Low -14 °C.

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

Wednesday

Alpine temperature: High -8 °C.

Precipitation: Trace.
Cloudy with sunny periods and isolated flurries.
Freezing level at valley bottom.
Ridge wind south: 15 km/h.

Thursday

Alpine temperature: Low -9 °C, High -5 °C.

Precipitation: Trace.
Cloudy with sunny periods and isolated flurries.
Freezing level: 1300 metres.
Ridge wind south: 15-30 km/h.

Friday

Alpine temperature: Low -11 °C, High -5 °C.

Precipitation: Trace.
A mix of sun and cloud with isolated flurries.
Freezing level: 1300 metres.
Mostly light ridge wind occasionally gusting to 30 km/h.

Saturday

Alpine temperature: Low -13 °C, High -11 °C.

Precipitation: Nil.
A mix of sun and cloud.
Freezing level at valley bottom.
Light ridge wind.

Sunday

Alpine temperature: Low -12 °C, High -9 °C.

Precipitation: Trace.
Cloudy with sunny periods and isolated flurries.
Freezing level at valley bottom.
Light ridge wind.

Monday

Alpine temperature: Low -8 °C, High -5 °C.

Accumulation: 6 cm.
Flurries.
Freezing level: 1400 metres.
Ridge wind light to 20 km/h.

Tuesday

Alpine temperature: Low -8 °C, High -5 °C.

Accumulation: 5 cm.
Cloudy with scattered flurries.
Freezing level: 1300 metres.
Light ridge wind.

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A mix of sun and cloud.

Freezing level at valley bottom.

Light ridge wind.

-11°c
Current Weather

12:20PM 26 January, 2021

Village1180m

-7°c

Mid Mountain2160m

-9°c

Summit2365m

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