Skiing at Panorama Mountain Resort in Panorama, British Columbia
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Panorama Ski Shuttle

Take the weekly ski shuttle to Panorama Mountain Resort in BC, with nearly 3,000 acres of terrain across 4,000 vertical feet of fall line perfection. Situated in British Columbia's Purcell Mountains with views to the Rocky Mountains, Panorama Mountain Resort is perfect for many skiers with 75% of the runs suitable for beginners or intermediates - perfect for families or groups with a variety of experience and ability levels. Think wide open groomers, winding down the fall-line from the summit right to the village base area. For the more adventurous, Taynton Bowl is a former heli-skiing area that is now within bounds, so the slopes are patrolled, avalanche controlled and no backcountry gear is needed. Be sure to warm up first as the 750 acre bowl is all black runs! The Ski Shuttle operates on Thursdays and you’ll arrive right
per person
Jan-Mar
6:40am
12 Hours

Dogsledding – Flight of the Great Snowy Owl 2.5 Hrs

A helicopter sightseeing flight and dogsledding tour all in one awesome package in Canmore! This tour is not available to book online. Please contact us for tour enquiries and bookings. If possible, please provide the following details to assist with your booking: each participant's age, weight, name, allergies, dietary requirements, medical conditions and physical restrictions. Please include whether you would prefer to be on a self-drive or instructor-driven sled and if multiple sleds are booked please note who will be going with who. Soar by helicopter for 25 minutes over the majestic Sundance Range into the wilderness of the Canadian Rocky Mountains to Spray Lakes near Canmore. Meet the excited team of huskies before enjoying the Powder Hound Dogsledding Tour as you mush your way along the pristine trails of Goat Pond in Spray Lakes Provincial Park with alluring hills,
per person
Dec-Apr
9:00am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:00pm
2.5 Hours
Heli Ski near Banff

Heli Skiing

Spend a day on an exhilarating backcountry ski experience in the majestic Purcell Mountain Ranges, located just outside Banff National Park. Want to really get your heart racing? Be taken high into the Rocky Mountains where you can shred pristine powder on vast slopes as well as off the beaten track. Whether you are an intermediate, advanced or expert skier/boarder, you will love the vast virgin slopes surrounded by scenic glaciers and skiing untracked powder on gladed tree runs in the pristine and breathtaking Purcell Mountains. One day is all you need to create memories to last a lifetime! This is the ultimate Canadian winter skiing experience with easy, moderate and fast pace options. 3 or 5 heli ski runs options are available with transportation from Banff and Lake Louise an additional extra.
per person
Dec 21-Jan 16, Jan 17-Mar 31, Apr 1-Apr 10
8:30am
7 Hours
Hydra Kicking Horse Classic Whitewater Rafting

Kicking Horse River Classic Whitewater Rafting

The Kicking Horse River is the Rockies' most thrilling whitewater rafting with Class 1-4 rapids. Located 1.5 hours from Banff near Golden, BC, this rafting tour is a popular whitewater journey combines a mix of class 1-4 rapids that the Kicking Horse River is famous for. Starting at a relaxing pace you can perfect your rafting skills with your teammates and guide and enjoy the views of the serene upper section. As the canyon narrows, the waves build, drenching rafters in continuous rapids such as Shot Gun, Man Eater and Roller Coaster. If you have energy to burn afterwards, try out the beach volleyball court with new friends or just relax and enjoy the scene. This tour is recommended for adventurous first-time rafters as well as seasoned paddlers.
per person
May-Sep
9:00am, 12:30pm
4 Hours
Take a fun SUP group tour in Banff
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Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) Tours

A one hour morning or sunset stand up paddleboarding tour is the perfect way to explore spectacular Two Jack Lake in Banff National Park. Take a morning or sunset stand up paddleboard (SUP) tour at Two Jack Lake, located just 15 minutes from downtown Banff. After a safety and paddle technique briefing, we will tour the lake and improve our technique. The group will explore neighbouring Lake Minnewanka, go to a secret fish spot and potentially spot some wildlife. All equipment is provided so all you need to do is show up.  Stand Up Paddleboarding is a relatively easy sport that can be enjoyed by all age groups. No experience is required and all equipment is provided so all you need to do is show up! Morning tours run on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, and the evening tours run on Fridays.
per person
May-Sep
10:00am, 7:30pm
1 Hour