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A Controlled Recreation Area license of occupation is the legal mechanism that gives the right to the Developer to control access and use by other persons within the defined boundaries of the CRA. Along with the license to occupy the CRA come legal rights and responsibilities that enable the Developer to:
Panorama Mountain Village Ltd. has the authority and obligation to control, prohibit and direct the activities of persons and vehicles within the boundaries of our Controlled Recreation Area (CRA) in the interest of public safety, as granted by the Province of British Columbia in accordance with our lease tenure. It also enables trespass action against persons who are in non-compliance. Read on below if you would like to know more about how our CRA works.
Please respect any mountain closures, it is to keep you safe and no actitvity is worth serious injury or worse, someone’s life.
Panorama’s CRA is closed to all forms of unauthorized motor vehicles. This includes, but is not limited to motorcycles, snowmobiles and trucks or cars. Any persons entering this area for the purpose of motorized recreation will be considered trespassers within the Panorama CRA.
The PMR CRA includes all lands south west of Taynton Creek, over Panorama Mountain and Mount Goldie extending to the height of land above Hopeful Creek. In addition to this, the entire Placer Road is under a road use permit issued to Panorama Mountain Resort with permission to install and lock a gate located at the western end of the road. For more information please click here.
A map of the CRA is located at the bottom of this page.
There is NO CAMPING within the Panorama Mountain Resort CRA.
Panorama Mountain Resort does not permit the use of drones or other Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) within its Controlled Recreation Area (CRA).
The Canadian Aviation Regulation states that it is illegal to pilot a RPAS within 1.9km of any heliport. Panorama is home to RK Heliski. The heliport from which it operates is located in the heart of Panorama’s village.
You are responsible to fly your aircraft safely and legally. You must follow the rules set forth in the Canadian Aviation Regulations and respect the Criminal Code. Canadian Aviation Regulations are enforced by Transport Canada.
Any evidence regarding breech of this policy will be reported to Transport Canada and the RCMP. In addition, privileges at Panorama Mountain Resort will be revoked and criminal charges may be pursued.