Panorama Mountain Resort offers world-class hiking in the summer. Let the Mile 1 Express Chair do the heavy lifting for you, and enjoy the ride up to get those stunning mountain views! Or, peruse the valley bottom and creek area. From lift-accessed mountain hikes to relaxed strolls, it's not hard to spend a day in Panorama, BC!
Here's our top 4 best hikes in Panorama:
#1 - The Valley Trail (Easy)
Free for visitor use, this paved multi-purpose loop is a great summer stroll for the family or a romantic leisurely walk. From the village, the trail sidles above Greywolf before descending to Cliffhanger Restaurant. The remainder of the 3.5 km trail winds along the cool waters of Toby Creek. Approx. 1 hour loop.
#2 - Cox Creek Trail (Moderate)
The Cox Creek Trail starts at the upper village left of the Mile 1 Express Chair. It switchbacks and climbs the mountain slope across ski runs and through alpine forests. This hike is moderate and the trail conditions are uneven so wear good shoes and pack water. Due to variations in elevation along the route more physical effort is required.
#3 - Lynx Loop (Easy)
Take the Mile 1 Express to the top of the chair and enjoy the views for a moment. Embark and short and easy mountainside hike on the Lynx Loops. This trail is an invigorating walk, suitable for families, and all are within the close vicinity of Panorama Mountain Resort.
#4 - Creekside Trail (Moderate)
The Creekside Trail is a loop that follows along the Toby Creek. This hike is moderate in length. Hikers will encounter uneven trail conditions so decent shoes are a good idea (flip-flops not recommended). Due to variations in elevation along the route more physical effort is required. It is a good idea to bring along some water.
No matter your pace, you'll find a great hike in Panorama, BC. View a trail map here to start planning your adventures! Take a look at our Panorama vacation rentals here to make the best of your stay.
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