Activities in Invermere on the Lake
Things to do in Invermere
Activities in Panorama Mountain Village
Things to do in Panorama
Things To Do in Invermere & Panorama
Invermere and Panorama offer outdoor enthusiasts and those who prefer to a softer kind of adventure, a wide variety of experiences. From paddleboarding in the summer to skating in the winter (both on Lake Windermere) to exploring the alpine or storefronts by foot, we’re confident you will find something to do in Invermere.
Nordic Ski and Skate at Invermere BC /Lake Windermere Whiteway Trails
Invermere Whiteway is officially the Longest Skating Path in the World!
The Toby Creek Nordic Ski Club is proud to maintain the Lake Windermere Whiteway. The Whiteway is a 34km groomed track that circumnavigates the lake and connects the towns of Invermere and Windermere.
|Website||Nordic Ski and Skate at Invermere BC /Lake Windermere Whiteway Trails →|
Nordic Ski at Panorama
The Panorama multi-use trail network offers more than 20 km of groomed trails. Through forest and along Toby Creek, the network provides an uncrowded experience in spectacular mountain scenery to cross-country ski, fat tire bike and snowshoe. Different routes are available for all levels of skiers from beginners to advanced. Guest can travel a 12 km loop out to the Hale Hut Warming Cabin for an unforgettable afternoon in the mountains with spectacular view.
|Business Name||Panorama Mountain Resort|
|Phone||250 341 7119|
|Website||Nordic Ski at Panorama →|
|Address||Panorama Mountain Resort BC|
|Hours||9 Am- 4pm|
Skiing & Snowboarding At Panorama
Panorama Mountain Resort is one of the premiere mountain resort destinations in North America. With 2,975 acres of terrain and a vertical drop of 1300m (4265 feet), Panorama is one of the largest ski resorts in Canada. 75% of the runs are suitable for beginner and intermediate riders, and then the incredible Taynton Bowl delivers powder and steeps for days after a dump.
|Business Name||Panorama Mountain Resort|
|Website||Skiing & Snowboarding At Panorama →|
Toby Creek Adventures
Toby Creek Adventures offering Snowmobile and ATV Tours Paradise Basin from Panorama. Toby Creek Adventures offers the experience of a lifetime, which you will never forget. Guests say this experience was the highlight of their vacation.
Toby Creek Adventure’s snowmobile and ATV tours are incredibly popular, so the available spaces can fill up fast during peak periods. Book early to avoid disappointment.
|Toll Free||1 888-357-4449|
|Website||Toby Creek Adventures →|
|Address||Toby Creek Rd, Panorama, BC V0A 1K5|
|Hours||Open 9AM Daily|
Invermere Farmers & Artists Market
The Invermere Farmers and Artists Market is located Downtown Invermere in the Lakeview Parking area. The Invermere Farmers Market runs every Saturday from June 13th through Sept 19th 2020 from 9am-1pm.
The Invermere Farmers and Artists Market is a partnership between the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 71 Windermere District and the District of Invermere.
Make it, Bake it, Grow it, Raise it!
|Phone||1 (250) 688-0641|
|Website||Invermere Farmers & Artists Market →|
|Hours||Starting June 9:00am-1:00pm.|
The East Kootenays is world renowned for its trout fishing and majestic scenery. Wild populations of westslope cutthroat trout, rainbow, brook, and mountain bull trout are found in our mountain lakes, rivers, and streams. Mountain whitefish, kokanee salmon, and bass are also resident species. Catch trout in solitude from a float tube on an alpine lake, walk a quiet section of a stream stalking cutthroat and bull trout from pool to pool, or bring the whole family out for a memorable fishing trip.
|Phone||250 342 1414|
|Website||Kootenay Troutfitters →|
Columbia River Paddle
We are your outdoor adventure centre for self-guided canoe and kayak and interpretive tours in the Columbia Valley. We also provide a shuttle service to destinations within the Columbia Valley to get you on the river and back again.
Columbia River Outfitters specializes in canoeing and kayaking with a relaxed, easy paced approach in the spectacular setting of the Columbia River Valley.
|Website||Columbia River Paddle →|