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You told us you're looking to switch off while on vacation, but don't want to disconnect entirely. We hear ya! And from now on resort wide wifi is FREE when you book your lodging with us or own a home in our rental program. You'll find wifi in the upper village, lower village, in your unit and on the patio. Some people are even getting it on the Village Gondola. How's that for connecting in the mountains! 
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Our summer flex packages are finally here! Book your hiking, biking, rafting, kids camp and more, with your lodging and save 20%. Follow the link to find out all the details http://hubs.ly/H02Qwz50 
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On this Earth Day we want to share with you the beautiful Tamarack trees (larch) that blanket our high alpine ridges. Join us on September 17 & 24 on a full day guided hike amidst this golden forest as the trees change colour for the fall. | #PureCanada #EarthDay 
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The sun is shining, the snow is disappearing fast and it's time for t-shirts, shorts and bike rides. Conditions are great on the XC trails around Lake Lillian (Johnson network & Kloosifier), just 10 mins drive from the resort. For a more leisurely ride check out the Valley Trail that loops around Greywolf Golf Course or see the many paths in Invermere. | #PureCanada
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The snow is melting fast, things are looking green and it won't be long until we're playing the beautiful Greywolf Golf Course. The course opens May 13 so start planning your May long weekend golf trip, and when you book before April 10, you'll get 40% off your lodging. Check out all the details here http://hubs.ly/H02HgJt0. | #PureCanada #Golf #GreywolfGolf #WanderlustWednesday
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Our Saunter into Summer Sale ends today! Save 30% off summer lodging (Sun-Thurs)
Discover more: http://hubs.ly/H02DtRw0

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Greywolf Golf Course opens in just 4 more days and the forecast is for plenty of sunshine! | #PureCanada #Golf #GreywolfGolf
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The Snow Vole awards are happening once again! Get your votes in for Panorama for best resort and best child friendly resort and the Ski & Ride Centre for fave ski and board school http://hubs.ly/H02NFxF0
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Don't forget our 2016/17 season passes are now on sale. You'll save $200 if you grab an adult pass before May 15! Mother's Day present perhaps? Click on the link for all the details & to learn about our cancellation gaurantee http://hubs.ly/H02LYSm0 | #PureCanada 
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It's been so warm and sunny that Greywolf Golf Course is now opening a week earlier than expected on May 6! Have you booked your May long golf trip yet? If you book by April 30, you'll get 40% off your accommodation. | #PureCanada
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Season passes are on sale! Grab one before May 15 to save up to $200 off the regular price. Check our all the details here http://hubs.ly/H02FSg80 
Check out Panorama Mountain Ski Resort's great season pass deals
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That's it, that's all folks. The lifts are silent, après is pumping & the 2016 snow season is finished! To everyone who spent time with us, thank you for making this winter an awesome one. Until the snow begins to fall again, we hope to see you up here enjoying our huge lineup of Summer activities. The Bike Park & kids camps open June 25. | #PureCanada #ExploreBC 
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2000 Panorama Dr Panorama, BC V0A 1T0 Canada
2000 Panorama DriveCABritish ColumbiaPanoramaV0A 1T0
+1 250-342-6941panoramaresort.com
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Panorama is Pure Canada. This mountain resort possesses one of North America's Top 10 verticals, a brilliant climate and Canada's largest outdoor on-hill hot pools.
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Year-round resort with skiing, tubing, biking & golf, plus swimming, kids' programs & restaurants.- Google
"This place is awesome for a family ski vacation!"
"She shrugged and tried to show me the rental bikes."
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Chase Reinhardt
2 weeks ago
Great ski place, a bit outdated though. Old Timer, Horseshoe, and the way to the hotel are extremely icy though. They have good, runs. Chair lifts have ski rests. THe gondola is fast, 11kmh is what I measured in my speed app.
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Yael Tatchuk
2 months ago
You need to pay for internet connection, And the wifi is poor. Want to buy a coffie? better tip the cashier. Everything is overpriced. Room was dirty and cheap.
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Darryl MacDonald
2 months ago
Great facilities and lots of events happening around the village. Even if you don't hit the hills there is more than enough activities to cover an entire weekend!
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Dymitri Pavlove
4 months ago
amazing place to ski and snowboard. good snow higher up and has many different options of runs for all skill levels.
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Ian MacGillivray
a month ago
Beware of terribly inflexible "policies". We've stayed and skied (and spent thousands of $$) @ Panorama almost every year for the past several years. Recently booked in for some spring skiing but I caught the flu a few days before the trip, resulting in us having to arrive a day late. I knew there was no cancellation on the hotel for the first night, but called Pano to let them know we wouldn't be checking in till the next day. But I had also booked my two kids in for lessons on day 1 and asked if I could move them to the next day. They said: "sure, you can book them in the next day, but we cannot refund the first missed day so you'll be charged for both". I even talked to a manager over the phone and all he could do was keep quoting their "policy". Really poor. It will be a while before I go back to Pano, if ever.
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jo
5 months ago
December 5 was the "powder preview" weekend, an unofficial open for pano this year. A couple of things to note however. First powder was a bit of a misnomer because there was none. This is because pano has been open for ski race training for while now and so any powder was already sullied by the ski jocks. Additionally there were great swaths of the hill closed of for the same ski jocks and thus the terrain was limited. Never mind the 45 minute line to get a ticket (even though we got there early). If you are a ski race jock pano is for you. If you are looking to have actual fun at a ski hill Lower your expectations. .
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Duncan Maxwell
9 months ago
We attended the resort on July 28, with the intention of spending the day at the bike park, riding the green and blue trails. My kids are 7 and 9, both avid cyclists and triathletes, both riding high end kids hardtail bikes. My wife was riding a full suspension, while I was on a high end aluminum hardtail. We had reviewed the website and online reviews of the park prior to attending, and had watched what videos we could locate online - I was quite comfortable with the potential terrain, with the exception of some "northshore-type" drops and ramps, My son, who has a lower leg prosthetic, was especially enthused, as his ability to power uphill is not great, but he excels at bike handling, and was super excited about riding downhill. So, arrive at the resort (about a 45 minute drive from our hotel), unload the bikes, get dressed and ride to the lift. No clear signage anywhere on where to purchase tickets, but I located what looked like a hotel concierge desk where they were being sold. After another 30 minutes waiting for the lady ahead of me to decide which of her offspring, relations and associates would like to participate in a variety of activities, it was my turn. I forked over $147 to ride the lifts while my son buzzed around, hyped that we were going to ride the bike park. We then exited the lodge, where I found my wife talking to a resort employee (rental shop?). When we grabbed our bikes we were summarily informed by that employee that we could not ride the lift with our bikes, as apparently we need to have full suspension bikes to ride. I noted that there was no signage declaring that restriction anywhere at the resort, nor on the website, nor at the counter where I purchased the tickets. Still, she insisted that this was the case, and advised that we could rent full suspension bikes from the resort at a cost of $90 per bike, per day. Plus a damage deposit of $25 per bike, per day, for a total cost of $345 in addition to the lift tickets. Now, I have been riding mtbs since I was 16, with more than 25 years of riding. I paid for university wrenching at a shop, and worked part time at a local shop for three years recently. I am unaware of anything about dual suspension bikes which magically makes it safer to ride a trail you lack the skills to safely negotiate. In short, regardless of whether your bike is full suspension or rigid, if the trail is above your skill level, you are at risk of crashing. I pointed out to the employee that there are several hard tail trail bikes on the market, and that there are several fully rigid "dirt jump" bikes, which are equally as capable of handling the trails at the resort as any full suspension. She shrugged and tried to show me the rental bikes. I then pointed out that I could attend any large retailer in canada, including Walmart, and obtain a "full suspension" mountain bike that would NOT be suitable for riding at the park, and was again met with a shrug and a recommendation to return the lift tickets. Despite my son's clear anger and disappointment I returned the tickets, although I once again waited 30 minutes in line to do so. No one was able to answer my question as to why the full suspension policy was not on the website or posted at the hill. An email to the resort has resulted in phone tag" with the "manager of mountain sports", and we have since returned to Alberta. I am left with two potential conclusions from this experience: 1) That the restriction to full suspension bikes is not shared or posted so that those of us who drive out there feel obligated to pay for rental bikes - a questionable business practice at best. 2) That there is no such policy in place, and that an employee lied to us, resulting in lost income for the resort. Given my experience I would give this resort a pass. If you are tempted to go,stop well in advance at Lillian lake and ride the trails there - free and fun.
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Melissa Greening
3 months ago
Love everything about this place. Feel so free :)