Cross-Country skiing (Dave Heath photo)
From December through the end of the regular downhill season, the varied terrain of Greywolf Golf Course is transformed into a key part of Panorama Mountain Resort’s cross-country trail system.
Additional trails follow the valley alongside Toby Creek.
Greywolf Nordic Centre
More than 20km/12mi of trails are groomed for both classic and skate technique at the Greywolf Nordic Centre. Easy trails are located in the area around the centre, while more challenging terrain is quickly accessed via the Toby-Barbour Loop.
Pack a picnic lunch and ski out to the Hale Hut, a warming cabin located 4km/2.5mi to the west.
The hut is in the middle of a cluster of black diamond trails, but can be accessed using mostly blue-rated intermediate trails.
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Panorama, British Columbia
Known for one of North America's biggest verticals, long cruisers, uncrowded slopes & legendary backcountry-style riding, Panorama Mountain Resort in the Canadian Kootenay Rockies, has it all: downhill skiing, snowboarding, Nordic skiing, Snow School programs, heli-skiing, snowmobiling and snowshoeing.
In the summer, Panorama offers award-winning golf at the Greywolf Golf Course, ranked top 10 courses in Canada by Golf Digest (2013), cross-country & downhill mountain biking, children's programs and activities and special family events.
Lodging guests can enjoy the outdoor slope side pools, saunas, spa treatments, variety of food and beverage outlets and a great range of ski-in/ski-out on-mountain lodging.
Getting to Panorama is easy as were just minutes from the Kootenay Rockies and close to Calgary and the famous mountain town of Banff.
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