Bike Panorama

In the heart of British Columbia, Panorama is renowned for single track trails, superfast downhill, wide cruises and  stunts that challenge riders of all abilities.  Including a recently developed Bike Skills Park with small jumps, rolls and wooden features there is no better place for beginners to evolve their skills.

Overview

Located in British Columbia’s Purcell Mountains, experience why Panorama Bike Park is a national level championship track. With high-speed chairlift access,  20 trails over 30 kms of terrain, Panorama offers riders of all skill levels an array of mountain biking options.

Mountain Statistics

Statistics

Top Elevation 2,400 Metres
Village Elevation 1,181 Metres
Vertical 380 Metres
Lifts 2 ifts
Terrain Beginner 10%
Terrain Intermediate 40%
Terrain Expert 50%

Panorama Top Rides

Mercy Me
As one of Panorama’s longest trails this fast and flowy track sets you off  down a wide singletrack where you will eventually merge with the Hell’s Bells trail for the last section. This trail is great for all riding levels, the more advanced riders can enjoy this going at a higher speed.
Distance: 2km | Trail Type: Singletrack | Trail Grade: Blue

Rocking Horse
Setting off across the face of the lower mountain this trail displays machine built berms, open ski runs and stunning forest scenery. This is a perfect warm up trail to really get those legs working.
Distance: 2.9km | Trail Type: Singletrack | Trail Grade: Blue

Getting There

Getting to Panorama

Close to Calgary, Alberta, and the famous mountain town of Banff, Panorama is located at the heart of the Kootenay Rockies. The highways are well maintained and the drive through Banff and Kootenay National Parks is one of the most scenic in the world. Located only 2 hours southwest of Banff in the spectacular BC Rockies, turn south off Trans Canada #1 onto Highway 93 to Radium Hot Springs. Travel south on Highway 93/95 to Invermere (14km). Panorama is well marked, 18 km west of Invermere.

Calgary International Airport – Calgary International Airport (3.5 hrs drive – 292 km/181 miles) is the place where most travellers from around Canada and the world get their first glimpse of the Rocky Mountains.  When you land at Calgary International Airport, there are several ways to get here.

  • Round trip motorcoach transportation from Calgary International Airport during the winter season.
  • Rent a car from Calgary Airport. This can easily be arranged by our Active Travel Experts.

Accommodation

Panorama has a variety of accommodation options to choose from.

Contact our Active Travel Experts for insider tips on where to stay and tailor-made bike experiences.

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