Skiing & Snowboarding

Every Turn: Another Possibility.

With nearly 3,000 acres of terrain across 4,265 vertical feet of fall line perfection, you just might find a new favourite run with every descent.

Winter Panorama Spring

PANORAMA IS NOW CLOSED FOR WINTER. NO ACCESS TO MOUNTAIN SLOPES.

Sunday, April 17, 2022, 4:00 PM (MST)

We made our last runs of the season under a bluebird sky. Thank you for choosing to ski and ride at Panorama Mountain Resort.

The ski area is now closed, signs are posted, and access to the mountain is strictly forbidden. This is for your safety. When closed the ski area is not patrolled and the area is not maintained for public use. Hazards may not be marked, areas will not be controlled for avalanches, and machinery may be working day and night.

For your safety and that of our employees, please respect the mountain closure and stay off the slopes. No turn is worth serious injury or worse.

For more information about the closure and Panorama’s Controlled Recreation Area please click here

Know before you go

We've made some changes to help keep you safe this season. Please read our COVID and winter operating protocols, here.

It's the biggest terrain you've never skied

Glide down endless, meandering, corduroy cruisers, or watch future Olympians rip down meticulously manicured race courses. Tackle the freshly gladed, powdery paradise of Taynton Bowl, with its over 750 acres of ex-heliskiing glory, or drop in to the Extreme Dream Zone and see if your turns are tighter than the spacing of the trees. Or take the most memorable journey of all and learn to turn in the custom designed Discovery zone; perfect for first timers and families.

Can't quite put your finger on it

It’s like that certain piece of music. You love it but can’t exactly say why. Skiers and riders from around the world express the same thing about our mountain. Why does it seem so perfect to glide down? We’ll let you in on a secret: it’s the fall line. Panorama Mountain has been blessed with the finest figure in Canada. It’s like a perfectly shaped cone. The Mile 1 Quad lets all levels explore lower slopes with ease. The Champagne Express increases your adventure, opening the gate to endless blue and black trails. And the Summit Chair is your gateway to jaw dropping new challenges in the Extreme Dream Zone and Taynton Bowl. Top to bottom (the full 4,265 vertical feet), it’s the fall line that makes the difference.

  • Hours of Operation (December - April)
    December - April
    Village Gondola 8:15 AM - 10 PM
    Mile One Quad 9 AM - 4 PM
    Discovery Quad 9 AM - 4 PM
    Discovery Zone (Carpets & Platter) 9 AM - 4 PM
    Toby Chair 9 AM - 4 PM
    Sunbird Triple 9 AM - 4 PM
    Champagne Quad 9 AM - 4 PM
    Summit Quad 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Mountain Stats
    • Vertical Drop: 1300m / 4265 ft
    • Base Elevation: 1150m / 3773 ft
    • Summit Elevation: 2450m / 8038 ft
    • Terrain: 2975 patrolled acres
    • Average Snowfall: 520 cm / 204 inches
    • Snowmaking: 40% of main named runs
    • Trails: 135 named trails
    • Terrain:
      • 15% Beginner (Green Circle - Easier)
      • 35% Intermediate (Blue Square - More Difficult)
      • 20% Advanced (Black Diamond - Most Difficult)
      • 30% Expert (Double Black Diamond - Expert Only)
    • Uphill Capacity: 8500 skiers per hour
    • Longest Run: 6.5 km (located in Taynton Bowl)
    • Lift System: 10 lifts. 1 Village Gondola, 2 Express Quad Chairs, 2 Quad Chairs, 1 Triple Chair, 1 Double Chair, 1 Platter, 2 Carpet lifts
    • Average Winter Temperature: -5C / 25F

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Cloudy with sunny periods and a few showers.

Freezing level: 4100 metres.

Mostly light ridge wind occasionally gusting to 40 km/h.

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