mountain bikers, bird watchers, and other nature lovers who enjoy the terrain when it's not as snowy. The slower months are in the late spring and late autumn when the outdoor activities are less attractive.
Great Summer Activities as Well
During the summer, the great outdoors will beckon you with the remote backcountry. Panorama is relatively isolated compared to other ski and mountain destinations so you can get your adrenaline rush through white water rafting, mountain biking, guided backcountry hikes, horseback riding, and other adventure sports without feeling crowded out by large groups of people. And if you love golf, then the Greywolf Golf Course in Panorama is one you'll never forget with its infamous Cliffhanger hole, elevated mountain greens, and stunning vistas of the surrounding peaks.
Try a Timeshare
When you are ready to return at the end of the day, a Panorama timeshare in the heart of the Panorama walking village is the place for you. The village is perfect for browsing through unique shops for souvenirs, and there are several restaurants, bars, and ski shops to choose from. A refreshing soak in the hot tubs at the base of the ski runs is always popular for easing aching muscles after a full day on the slopes. Nightlife is concentrated in the pedestrian village, and despite the remoteness of the town, you'll find plenty of hot spots and special events, especially during tourist season.
Another benefit of staying at a Panorama timeshare is the chances it'll give you for a family vacation. There is no better way to teach your kids to enjoy the great outdoors than by taking a family hike to a favorite picnic spot on the mountains, or by learning to ski, kayak, and mountain bike together. The ski resorts in Panorama are as well-equipped as any in British Columbia so you'll be able to tailor your winter sports plans for the whole family's skill levels.