Club Intrawest Panorama is a beautiful timeshare resort property in the majestic Canadian Rockies region. A
world-class experience with a personal feel, this undiscovered jewel is a
“mountain resort with soul.” This incredible resort offers an untouched mountain
hideaway for all-season adventurers.
Ski the perfect powder of the Rockies or hike the countless trails of the Columbia River Valley.
Hot spring pools are located right at the base of the lifts in which to rest weary bones
after a day on the slopes.
Golfers will want to experience Greywolf, the top-ranked golf course in B.C. according to Golf Digest. This
award-winning course offers mountain golf at its finest: in 2005, it was ranked Second Best Public Course in Canada.
It’s a place where the world spins a little more slowly, and where families can spend some quality time together,
away from the everyday grind.
Currently, membership is offering a one week stay at this winter paradise at one of the most desirable months of the
entire year. Here you’ll enjoy your week long stay in a special section of the resort dedicated to *Club Intrawest members. (Club Intrawest timeshare section)
When comparing the exact dates, booking a smaller sized unit at this resort (outside of the Club Intrawest section) is
Your special membership price (spacious 2-bedroom unit) is only $799.00.(This may not be the price at the time you may book)
That’s a minimum savings of over $1700 for this one week alone.
Gaining VIP access to these types of properties, combined with incredible wholesale prices, is available exclusively to our
*Club Intrawest is a membership club in its own right (founded in 1976.) Their membership runs between $10,000 and $20,000 with annual dues around $1000. Currently, they have 8 exclusive resorts around the world, each uniquely designed to reflect the culture & architecture of the region & fit any vacation style. Club Intrawest Panorama is one of them.
Notes from a few who’ve been there:
“…If you’re a skier,
you can ski practically from your door. The hiking and scenery are
“LOTS of wonderful hiking. The town of Invermere is
just 20 minutes “down” the mountain, where you can find good restaurants, fun
boutique and craft shopping, grocery stores, Lake Windermere, and VERY friendly
“…Units are complete with full kitchens, propane fireplaces,king bed, tub, and separate shower that has a showerhead at both ends and a bronze plaque of a moose on the wall. Very cozy. There are restaurants on site as well as a small pub, cappuccino bar, and small, fully stocked grocery store. A great treat after a nice hike is to sit in the hot tub with the steam rising and watch the sun set behind the snowcapped mountains. Fall is spectacular in this area.”