Ski Trails

Quality tracks around the Columbia Valley

Nipika Mountain Resort

Nipika Mountain Resort is located at 9200 Settlers Road (14 km off Highway 93 in Kootenay National Park) between Radium Hot Springs, BC and Banff, AB (32 km from Radium, 114 km from Banff). The resort offers a wealth of winter recreational opportunities including:

  • 50 km of trails set for classic and skate skiing
  • Ski and snowshoe rentals
  • Wax room with retail sales and waxing advice available
  • Ski school director, Lyle Wilson, Olympic Coach, Level IV CANSI Examiner
  • Warming cabin
  • Dogs allowed
  • On site accomodations

Trail Fees: $10 for adults, $5 for kids 12 and under, $50 for seasons pass. Toby Creek Nordic Ski Club Memberships can also be purchased on site. For more information, maps and instructions on how to get there please visit the Nipika Website Download the: Nipika Trail Map

Panorama Nordic Centre

The Panorama Nordic Centre is located at the Adventure Centre at Panorama Mountain Resort approximately 18km west of Invermere BC on Toby Creek Road. The Nordic Centre offers; more than 20 km of trails in varied terrain groomed for classic and skate skiing, Nordic lessons,  more than 4 km of snowshoe trails and snowshoe tours. Ski and snowshoe rentals at the Nordic Centre (Adventure Centre). Accommodation and options for dining are also available on site. Please visit the Panorama Nordic Centre for more information on rates, trail and area maps and services available on site. TCNSC members receive 20% discount on trail fees. The Nordic Trail Network can also be accessed from the Greywolf Golf Course parking lot. An electronic ticket kiosk is located there. The Hale Hut is a complimentary warming hut located on the Toby loop ski trail approximately 5km from the Nordic Centre. The hut is provided and maintained as community service by the Toby Creek Nordic Ski Club with generous support from Panorama Mountain Resort. For the current trail grooming conditions at Panorama Nordic Centre check HERE.

Hale Hut

This cozy warming hut, located on the Delphine loop of Panorama’s nordic trails, was built in the Fall of 2000 and named in memory of Dennis Hale, an avid local skier. Dennis’ passion for cross counrty skiing, especially on the trails at Panorama led to the current hut being built and named in his honour. Construction of the hut was the result of many hours of volunteer work from members of the Ski Club during the Fall of 2000 and Spring of 2001, with funding for the project coming largely from the Hale family of Invermere. Currently the Hale hut is maintained by the Ski Club in conjunction with Panorama Mountain village and Greywolf Golf Course, who supply the propane, all winter long,for the heating of the hut. Caretaking of the hut is an ongoing process for the Club, and its volunteers, who supply firewood for the outside fire pit and ready the Hut for use each Fall by making sure the facility is clean and ready for the winter season. The Hut is also a popular destination for hikers and mountain bikers in the summer season as well. Witnessed by the visitor book and its comments the Hale hut has been enjoyed by thousands of people over the years.It is the hope of the Club that this facility will continue to enhance the outdoor experience of many more people in the future. Please enjoy the hut responsibly!
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