|It's simple math. If there are 3,000 people on a mountain with close to 3,000 acres of terrain (and 3,000 people is a busy day), then each person has an acre to call their own. This means that you'll ski endless fall-line blue runs and not worry about crowds around you. Arc some nice turns and then return and lay tracks right beside them. Some days it just feels like Panorama is your own private resort!|
Warm and friendly people are one thing but let's talk about the weather for a second. Panorama is on the warm side of the Rockies. Cold Arctic systems that sweep the Prairies are blocked by the mountains, while warmer westerly winds from the Pacific create a climate in the Kootenay Rockies that is more moderate and produces more snow. Snowy nights and sunny days around -5 degrees are the norm at Panorama Mountain Village.