Family biking in grasslands (Picture BC photo)
Panorama Mountain Resort has built a well-rounded bike park.
Its 20 exhilarating runs, which cover dozens of kilometres of varied terrain, have something to offer riders of all abilities, from smooth, easy berms sure to give beginners some thrills to stunt-filled steeps and high-speed single-track to challenge even the pros.
Panorama's longest run, Let It Ride (Beginner), is a machine-groomed, 3.2-km (2-mi) run with burmed turns and a dedicated base camp where riders can meet up. The park's signature run is Crazytrain (Advanced); riders bomb down this 1-km (0.6-mi) top-to-bottom adrenaline rush, which is crazy steep and fully loaded with drops, berms and ramps.
Novice riders and families can also cruise along Valley Trail (Easy), a paved, 5.5-km (3.4-mi) path that loops around Panorama Resort as well as across the award-winning Greywolf Golf Course. Those interested in improving their skills can choose from an excellent range of instruction. Remember to check out the biker-cross course and trials park.
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Panorama Mountain Village, British Columbia
Imagine a place...where families discover a life outdoors, where adventure seekers test their limits, where you're at home in the mountains. You've arrived at Panorama Mountain Village and the name says it all.
After settling in, your kids discover their playground with new friends at Adventure Camp. You take a leisurely stroll along the Valley Trail enjoying a cooling breeze and the spectacular view of 1000 Peaks. Summer activities at Panorama include mountain biking, hiking and walking, horseback riding, spa treatments, the Village Gondola, golf at Greywolf Golf course and relaxing in an array of world-class accommodation to suit your needs.