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Page Title: Panorama Mountain Facts
Page Synopsis: An overview of Panorama mountain facts and statistics.

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Panorama Mountain Facts & Stats


Vertical Drop: 4,000 feet/1,220m (Highest in Canadian Rockies Region)
Base Elevation: 3,800 feet/1,160m
Top Elevation: 7,800 feet/2,380m
Ski Season: November through late-April
Terrain: 2,847+ patrolled acres/recreational area
Average Snowfall: 187 inches/479cm
Snowmaking: 40% coverage
Hours of operation: 9am - 10pm daily
Trails: 100+trails, Bowls, Extreme Zone, Terrain Park & Half Pipe
Terrain: Beginner 15%, Intermediate/Advanced 55%, Expert 30%
Uphill Capacity: 7,000+ skiers per hour
Avg Winter Temp: -5C/25F
Longest Run: "Never Never Land" in Taynton Bowl 5.5 km
Lift System:
9 Lifts Total
one 8-person village gondola
2 high-speed quads
1 quad
1 triple
1 double
3 surface lifts


  • Located in the province of British Columbia in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, 308 km west of Calgary. Take Hwy 1 west to Hwy 93 south to Invermere. Panorama is 18 km west of Invermere.
  • Owned and operated by Intrawest Corporation, the leading developer and operator of village-centered resorts across North America.
  • A summer/winter resort offering skiing and snowboarding at Panorama Mountain, golf at Greywolf Golf Course and a variety of accommodation options. Ski-in/ski-out, golf-in/golf-out real estate opportunities are available in the upper and lower villages and along the fairway at Greywolf.
  • Greywolf Golf Course is an 18-hole, 7,140-yard, par 72 course designed by Doug Carrick. It is open from early May to early October.
  • Hollywood loves Panorama. Four films have shot segments here including Alive, Ace Venture: Pet Detective II and Alaska. Various beer, soft drink and clothing commercials have also been shot in Panorama Mountain Village.
  • Accommodation for 2,500 people in the village.
  • 400+ employees.

Panorama's Taynton Bowl

Panorama Mountain Village is excited about its newest and largest terrain expansion ever - Taynton Bowl. Formerly exclusive heli-skiing terrain operated by RK Heli-Ski, Taynton Bowl is now lift-accessed backcountry style skiing incorporated into Panorama’s official boundary.

To the delight of extreme ski enthusiasts, the expansion adds almost 1,000 acres, increasing the mountain’s patrolled acreage to 2,847 and making it one of Canada’s largest ski resorts. Through a combination of high elevation and northeast exposure, Taynton Bowl receives excellent snow coverage throughout the season.

Accessed off the Summit Quad, Taynton Bowl offers skiers and riders over 1,000 acres of wide open and naturally gladed backcountry-style terrain. The bowl’s main chutes travel over a landscape of sparsely vegetated ridges and valleys and drop over 1,700 vertical to a common collection point. The bowl empties into the Taynton Trail ski out, which takes skiers back to the village. The entire Taynton Bowl experience covers a total vertical of 4,000 feet, one of the highest vertical drops in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The majority of Taynton’s terrain has been rated double black diamond, for expert skiers and riders.

"I compare Taynton Bowl with China Bowl at Vail and the Hogbacks at Jackson Hole,” says Gord Ahrens, Panorama’s General Manager. “Taynton marks the mountain’s move toward more extreme skiing. While we still cater to families, we now have exciting terrain for all levels of skiers and riders.”

Besides Taynton Bowl, Panorama offers skiers and riders a variety of beginner, intermediate and advanced options. Beginners will enjoy the gentle, groomed cruisers off Mile One quad chair, while intermediate skiers and riders can practice turns down Millennium and other Blue runs off the Horizon and Sunbird chairs. Choosing between Taynton Bowl, Extreme Dream Zone and Sun Bowl, advanced and expert skiers will be kept busy for days.

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