Panorama Pet Friendly Vacation Rentals

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It can sometimes be hard to find Panorama accommodations that will accept pets but not anymore. With the help of Owner Direct Vacation Rentals software, our system helps you search for all available Panorama vacation rentals that will accept pets during your specified dates. We have many pet friendly lodging options to choose from such as those in HeliSprings Chalets, Lake Lillian, Panorama Village, The Lookout, 1000 Peaks Lodge. As each owner sets their own pet policy, there are many owners that do allow dogs, cats and even other critters to stay at their vacation rental home in Panorama.

We have 4 pet friendly vacation rentals in Panorama resorts. For your next holiday or vacation, consider bringing your pet and staying at a vacation rental. From condos to villas to homes, there is an accommodation option for every type of group. Owner Direct's friendly and responsive customer service and detailed website can make finding that perfect pet friendly rental a breeze.

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  • Horsethief one Bedroom - Great Property for your Time Away

    Horsethief one Bedroom

    Panorama: Horsethief Lodge: Townhouse in a complex
    • 1 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #94562
    avg $133 CAD/night Paypal Pet Friendly Star Rating
    Very close to the Gondola. This unit is newly (2010) renovated and decorated. A murphy bed was just added in 2014. This will feel like home for your stay. Bring your dog for a break as well! (with owner approval) Being on the ground floor makes this easy for unloading - luggage, golf clubs, ski's and bikes. No steps or level changes from underground parking. View is of Jackpine Ridge - sun in the afternoon/evening. Handy to the general store. Pet freindly. This one-bedroom condo features a full kitchen (including a dishwasher, fridge, stove, microwave), a comfortable living room, fireplace, TV, DVD, full size bathroom, pull out couch and murphy bed. The building has common laundry facilities and free underground parking. All guests have access to the Panorama Springs Hot Pools, the fitness centre at the Pine Inn, and the Village Gondola.
  • Amazing Court Yard Level Family Ski in/Ski out Panorama Condo

    Amazing Court Yard Level

    Panorama: Horsethief Lodge: Condo
    • 1 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 5
    • #207291
    avg $120 CAD/night Pet Friendly
    Sleeps 4 adults comfortably with 1 Queen Bed in the private bedroom and a comfortable hide-a-bed in the living room. Also includes a small kids mattress with sleeping bag; wood burning fireplace, 55” SMART TV in the Living room, 32” LCD TV in bedroom, kitchen is fully equipped. Take advantage of our "Summer & Winter Special" Weekly Rates. Extend your stay as early check-in and late check-out are possible for most of the bookings. Children of all ages are welcome, small dogs are welcome. No parties are allowed. Panorama is a great family getaway spot that offers many fun activities: downhill skiing/snowboarding, cross-country skiing, mountain biking, golf, tennis, hiking, running, rafting, archery, horseback riding, mini golf, kids fun zone and kids activities. Our guests enjoy free access to hot tubs, hot pools, sauna, and swimming pool with water slides, and free wireless Internet. Best of all – this beautiful mountain village is a 3 hour scenic drive from Calgary.
  • Sun, Snow and a Great Condo to Complete the Experience

    Sun, Snow and a Great

    Panorama: Toby Creek Lodge: Condo in a complex
    • 1 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #203311
    avg $132 CAD/night Paypal Pet Friendly Star Rating
    This home has been totally refurbished, with updates designed to make your vacation a memory to treasure. The General store and Mile High Pizza are in the building and the Jackpine, one of the smaller lounges is across the street. The Gondola to the upper village is at the end of the building, ride it and enjoy the many amenities on grab a chair lift for some of the greatest skiing in the Purcell mountains. Every day can be an adventure for the entire family. Just a few hours from Calgary and you find yourself relaxing in the serenity of B.C.'s magnificent mountains, while a short ride down the hill will bring you to the Radium Hot Springs. Enjoy the fresh air while you sip your morning coffee on your private balcony after a great nights sleep on your bed with a duel controlled heated mattress cover. A winter BBQ after a day of skiing will complete the experience. Remember ski equipment for any age is available for rental on the mountain, so even the youngest can participate without having to constantly purchase new for those growth spurts. When you get in, place your boots and mitts on the warmers to dry, or heat them up before you hit the slopes. Meet the young people who come from all over the world to work at Panorama: from, England and Scandinavia, to name a few. You will enjoy your stay so much, you may never want to leave. This is a PET FRIENDLY unit, ALLERGY SUFFERS be advised.
  • Dog Friendly one Bedroom Condo at Panorama Village Bc on the Ski Hill

    Dog Friendly one Bedroom

    Panorama: Toby Creek Lodge: Condo in a complex
    • 1 BDR
    • 1 BA
    • Sleeps 4
    • #212078
    avg $135 CAD/night Pet Friendly Star Rating
    Come enjoy this beautiful mountain and what it has to offer. Great skiing in winter (Downhill and Cross Country). Summer activities include hiking, golfing, whitewater rafting, tennis and lots more. 20 minutes from Lake Windermere. 20 minutes from Invermere with all amenities. Key to the unit provides ACCESS TO ALL pools and hot tubs at the village.

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Panorama News and Events

Excerpt From Owner Directs Blog: Ski Season is Here!

Enjoy it in a Ski Condo….

Now is a great time to book a ski vacation! The resorts are opening and there is lots of snow in the forecast for this winter. A variety of rental accommodations is available for you to enjoy after a day of skiing, tubing, skating or tobogganing. Take your family or friends, and enjoy relaxing in front of a cozy fire or soaking your muscles in a hot tub. Owner Direct can help you find the right cabin or condo for your needs. Here are some tips for some of our favourite resorts.

Panorama

Panorama Mountain is featuring one of the best deals this season, the “Snowcard”, open to all skiers and boarders. The Snowcard is good for 4 days of skiing or riding (although there are some blackout periods). An adult card is $149, which works out to $37.25 for a full day of fun! What a deal! Sales end in December and start up again in October before the next season.

For an up to date list of events in the Kootenays and BC Rockies, check the following link. There are wonderful festivals, concerts and outdoor activities that you don't want to miss! SkiTops.com:
Panorama Mountain Village is a summer and winter destination resort located in the Canadian Rockies, two hours southwest of Banff, in British Columbia. Ski and snowboard on almost 3,000 acres ranging from powder bowls, glades, groomed cruisers and terrain parks. Ski-in/ski-out slopeside accommodations and après ski activities make Panorama the perfect winter vacation getaway for you and your family and friends.

British Columbia.com:
In a province of great ski resorts, no place in British Columbia is as underrated or overlooked as Panorama Ski Resort. Because of it's remote location in the Purcell Mountains, it's more than a resort. Panorama is its own village, and more of a mountainous retreat, a sprawling establishment that contains a ski area, condos, a hotel, lots of restaurants and nightspots, and great outdoor recreation.

Bed capacity at Panorama Mountain Ski Resort is 1,500, while the mountain can comfortably handle 7,000 day-skiers. Panorama has all the trappings of a tremendous resort: walk-to-lifts accommodation, high-speed quad chairlifts, and outdoor hot tubs located right at the base of the lifts in which you can soak your weary bones after an energetic day on the slopes.

Then there's the mountain itself. With 4,300 vertical feet of skiing, the third highest vertical rise of all North American ski areas, after BC's Whistler/Blackcomb and Big Sky in Montana, Panorama is one massive piece of work. This is a mountain on which you can really find space to spread out: at the most, only 3,000 skiers and snowboarders show up on a busy day. The runs provide enough length and steepness to regularly host World Cup downhill races.

Starting from the top, Panorama's summit is just above tree line, reached via two T-bars. This is Panorama's Extreme Dream Zone, where expert skiers and snowboarders can plunge down gladed runs blanketed in dry, fluffy powder. In places such as Hopeful Sun Bowl and the bottom of the cliff band on Extreme Dream, the terrain opens up, providing dozens of untracked turns before picking up a cat-track back to the main core of the mountain.

Panorama's terrain flattens considerably on the mountain's lower flanks, which provide ideal cruising runs on which you'll seldom encounter another rider. In fact, most of Panorama's more than 60 trails lean to novice/intermediate runs. All runs lead to a common base area, so there's little likelihood of getting lost.

Skiers wishing to improve their form need go no further than Panorama's famous ski school, managed by the husband and wife team of Don and Heather Bilodeau, two of Canada's top instructors. And there's great cross-country skiing on a network of 30 km of trails that wind their way through the woods at the base of the mountain.

Location: Panorama is located in Toby Creek Valley, a tributary of the mighty Columbia River, 11 miles 17 km west of Invermere on Toby Creek Road. Invermere and the nearby town of Radium Hot Springs provide additional accommodation for the Panorama Ski Resort.

Panorama is blessed with the Purcell Wilderness Conservancy right on its doorstep. In a class of its own, there's no road access, and all forms of mechanized access are prohibited, including helicopters! Over 150 km of hiking trails, challenging mountaineering, horse riding, and winter recreation await backpackers.

Summer trails for hiking, horse riding and mountain biking abound in the Panorama area.These same trails in winter provide great cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. Those who devote themselves to adventurous exploration of Canada's western coast eventually make their way here to hike trophy trails, ski trophy peaks, and paddle trophy waters. Fortunately, most travellers don't have to resort to extremes in order to get an inside look at these fantastic features.

In September, the Kokanee salmon still make their way up the Columbia River and its tributaries in search of gravel beds for spawning. Good places to view these fish, which turn bright red during spawning, are under the bridge over the Columbia River at Athalmer, or at the Toby Creek bridge on the road to Panorama. This is a fascinating site, as hundreds of fish can be observed in shallow water, almost immobile. Do not harass or disturb them.

Lake Lillian is a lovely, clear spring-fed mountain lake located along the Toby Creek Road to the Panorama Resort, with a maintained recreation site on the north side of the road. Enjoy picnicking, or paddling and swimming in the crystal-clear water.

From CanadianRockies.com

Becky Scott Nordic Centre, Panorama Mountain Village:
The Becky Scott Nordic Centre offers the following services and amenities: 12.5 km of groomed trail for classic and skating, 3.3 km of groomed trail for classic only, change rooms, lockers, showers, ski rentals, waxing bench, iron and more.

Official Site of Panorama Mountain Village:
Only two hours southwest of Banff, Panorama Mountain Village is a summer and winter destination resort located in the Canadian Rockies. More that 4,000 vertical feet of terrain ranging from powder bowls to smooth corduroy cruisers and ski-in/ski-out accommodations make Panorama the perfect winter destination. New for this season, two new quads that will dramatically change the on-mountain experience. Panorama is owned and operated by Intrawest, the world's leading developer and operator of village-centered resorts.

For an up to date list of events in the Kootenays and BC Rockies, check the following link. There are wonderful festivals, concerts and outdoor activities that you don't want to miss!
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