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Nightlife 6 / 10
Overall: 78 / 100
  • Live music in the mountain huts
  • Après Ski at the base
  • Few events happening
  • Few mountain huts and umbrella bars
  • Few bars and clubs

The Answer Is: Hot Spring Pools

Après-ski in Panorama is like: Let's get a drink at the bar and dip in the hot pools afterwards! Sure, Panorama's après is not what it's like in Ischgl or Soelden, however, the idyllic and picturesque ski village offers a neat selection of restaurants, bars and cafés where to end a long day on the slopes with a nice brew, wine or cocktail, and – of course – delicious, yummy dishes.

T-Bar & Grill is where to head for nice après. Live gigs and cold pints meet hot meals here. The Great Hall is another go-to when it comes to "where to go to get some rest, nice fare and hang with friendly vacationers"; grab some snacks, fresh to go options or catch a special event or game before you party the night away. The Mountain Hut Dining is where to experience après at 8,000 ft. Located at the top of Panorama Mountain, Summit Hut offers cheese fondue which to top off with chocolate fondue. Watch the sun set while enjoying a glass of wine (or two) before clicking into your skis for a guided descent back to the village below. If you'd like to dine here, reservations are essential.

Yummy-in-your-tummy grilled burgers, Kicking Horse Coffee as well as baked goods and treats is what you get at Mile 1 Hut. Its Après Ski Fondue is for 2 people or more and serves up authentic and traditional Swiss cheese fondue. Editor's note: There is also chocolate fondue to indulge in. Those who favor Swiss raclette should pay a visit to Elkhorn Cabin, which further offers BC wines, craft beers, liqueurs, homemade soups, and stunning mountain views.

And, last but not least, there are the hot pools: Anyone who prefers to relax in the hot pools rather than to party all night long is in good hands at the open-air pool area located at the Panorama Springs Lodge. All Panorama lodging guests have access to the pools with their room key card at no charge. A visit to the hot pools is possible from 10 am to 10 pm daily.


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