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Location - where is Pine Inn

· ski-in, ski-out at the base of the slopes · in the village centre · 3 minutes' walk to the ski school meeting point · a few minutes' walk to the hot pools


Overview - hotel description - Pine Inn description

Located right at the base of the slopes and next to the village centre, the Pine Inn is well-priced, basic accommodation. There is an outdoor hot tub and sauna, and you can also use the famous slopeside hot pools, just a few minutes' walk away, for free. For position and price, it's hard to beat the Pine Inn.


Facilities - Pine Inn features

· outdoor hot tubs · sauna · free use of Panorama’s hot pools (and changing rooms) · fitness room · ski lockers · extra charge for laundry facilities


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All rooms have free WiFi, a TV, telephone, tea/coffee making facilities and a full-size bathroom with shower and WC.

Standard Queen Room - sleeps 1-2: One queen bed.

Standard Room - sleeps 1-4:
Two queen beds.

Please note: Standard housekeeping services, including linen and towel changes, are performed every third day. Additional services, including tidying, making beds, replenishing amenities and removing rubbish, are available at an additional charge.


Meals - food and drink in Pine Inn

· optional upgrade to bed and breakfast with a choice of homemade granola with yoghurt, breakfast sandwich, french toast or cooked breakfast (taken at the Picnic Café) · optional upgrade to half board with breakfast (taken at the Picnic Café) and 3-course evening meals (taken at either the Monticola Italian restaurant or the T-Bar & Grill)

We update Pine Inn's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.
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Resort - about Panorama - about holidays in Panorama - about ski holidays in Panorama - about ski holidays in Panorama Canada

Unpretentious vibe Friendly village Warm side of the Rockies

Set in the Purcell Mountains within the Canadian Rockies range, Panorama ski holidays provide an unbeatable mix of excellent skiing and take-your-breath-away, soul-rejuvenating views (it’s all in the name!). The atmosphere is intimate and laid back, with slope side hot spring baths, quality accommodation and reliably tasty Rockies’ grub.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Off-piste Families Heli-skiing

Panorama webcam

Snow Report: Top 79cm, Bottom 30cm

Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week

Snow History: December average depth 45.83cm

Panorama trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Calgary (YYC)311km, 3h30
Canadian Rockies International (YXC)161km, 2h
Region:British Columbia, Canada, Rockies
First opened:1962

Panorama lift pass price last reported as $159.00 (adult 4 days). Ask for a quote when booking Pine Inn.
Night skiing: Yes
Panorama has N NW NE facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December - April.

Town altitude: 1150m
Top of slopes: 2450m
Bottom of piste: 1150m
Vertical drop: 1300m
Total length of trails:2975 acres
Longest piste:6.5km
British Columbia’s Panorama Mountain Village is one of the less-known places to ski in the Rockies, but that’s by no means a bad thing. The inspiration behind the name is obvious– it has stunning panoramic views over a thousand peaks of the Rockies and nearby Mount Nelson. The atmosphere here is laid-back and unpretentious, making it ideal for anyone who likes a bit of peace and quiet. The village is genuinely village-sized and the streets are pedestrianised (anyone with wheels can use the underground parki...
With 4,000 feet of vertical (the fifth highest on the North American continent) and 120 trails over an impressive 3,000 acres, the skiing is diverse, exciting and suited to all abilities. The tourist office describes this as a place to “ski your brains out” and as added bonus, there’s a good chance you’ll have it to all to yourself... With 24 green and blue runs that allow steady progression, those just starting out are by no means forgotten here. The friendly Panorama Ski School caters for absolute beginn...
The après here is truly chilled out and genial – the kind of place where you can kick back, share a tall tale over a pint (or three) and enjoy the evening. There are some terrific bars for those who like to party as hard as they ski. The Crazy Horse Saloon has live music throughout the season, and the Jackpine pub is always popular with its daily happy hour. If you’re still standing and want to dance the night away, the Glacier nightclub is open until the early hours. The village has some great places t...

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