Panorama Mountain Resort joins the Mountain Collective

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Big views at Panorama Mountain Resort. Photo supplied.

Panorama is the latest Canadian resort to join The Mountain Collective multi resort pass, no doubt sending the rumour mill into over drive with what’s ahead. 

The British Columbia resort joins 21 other global resorts on The Mountain Collective that offers two days of skiing and riding at each and 50% off lift tickets for every day after. Panorama Season Pass holders will now also enjoy the same benefits of half price lift passes at Mountain Collective partner resorts.

“That means half-price at nearby mountains like Banff Sunshine, Lake Louise and Revelstoke, not to mention iconic destinations across the USA, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and France” said Marke Dickson, Director of Sales and Marketing for Panorama.  

More than $25million has been invested in recent years at Panorama, with snowmaking, grooming, alpine terrain expansion and village dining at the forefront. The Monster X snowcat delivers skiers to new lines in Taynton Bowl and the completely new Alto Kitchen & Bar and Fireside Café opened in the village this season.

“At Panorama we’re focused on sustainable growth, while not losing sight of our community or culture. At this mountain, skiers usually ski straight on to the lift and often ride trails with no one else in sight, this won’t change with our membership in the Mountain Collective” assured Steve Paccagnan, Panorama President and Chief Executive Officer.

“Our valley welcomes people from all around the world; and we’re more than happy to share the huge vertical, impeccable grooming and the powder of Taynton Bowl with more.”
For a limited time, the Mountain Collective is available for purchase at the lowest rate of the season at $469 USD. The Pass also offers a 50 percent discount on all additional days with no blackout dates and a third bonus day offer. Pricing for kids aged 12 and under is US$99.

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