Summit Hut Panorama
Ray has been offering great food and high altitude cappuccinos at
Panorama Mountain Village for a really, really long time.
It all started when he took over the operation of the Cappuccino Hut in 1994. This tiny hut had been used to store ski racing equipment before being dragged halfway up the mountain to its location on the Skyline run. Ray installed a propane cappuccino machine, a BBQ and a take-out window and he was ready for business! For 20 years and countless bratwurst later, the Summit Hut is now a Panorama institution.
Eager to reach new heights, Ray was asked to help construct the Summit Hut in 2000. At the time, the summit was only accessible by a decrepit t-bar, but Ray was certain that the Summit Hut would be a success.
(Operating without electricity or running water, Ray would have to be creative with the menu!) Ray has renovated and expanded the Summit Hut to accommodate more visitors every year, but his delicious food, the legendary après ski, the great atmosphere and the amazing views haven’t changed at all.
Built in the summer of 2000, the Summit Hut is the highest building on Panorama Mountain. At 2730 metres, it truly is on top of the world. Famous for its grilled smokies and bratwurst, authentic perogies, and Ray’s chili, it also offers Kicking Horse cappuccino, the coldest beer on the mountain and a great selection of BC wines.
Authentic swiss cheese fondue served with baby potatos roasted garlic, French baguette and fresh fruit for dipping Air dried charcuterie and finest chocolate and fruit fondue.
10:00am – 3:15pm Famous for its grilled smokies and bratwurst, authentic perogies, and Ray’s chili, it also offers Kicking Horse cappuccino, the coldest beer on the mountain and a great selection of BC wines. Of course, there’s always the 360 degree views that go on forever. A visit to Panorama is not complete without a visit to the Summit Hut.
Featuring dozens of local BC wines, craft beers and liqueurs, the Elkhorn cabin is a perfect place for a quiet and cozy lunch. This classic cabin is now home to intimate lunches featuring homemade soups, and a traditional Swiss alpine style cheese grill (Raclette).
Elkhorn Cabin Raclette Dinner. Unique experience cooking at your table on a raclette grill, Beef tenderloin and Swiss Raclette cheese Potato’s, mushrooms, pickled condiments, pepper salad and homemade sauces.
Finish with grilled pineapple.
Saturdays only, Must be min intermediate level Skier or boarder Beef Tenderloin and cheese raclette $85 per person. Guided ski down Minimum group size (may be able to accommodate smaller groups) Tax included.
11:00am – 3:45pm Real Swiss Cheese Raclette , air dried meats , soups and goulash. Great selection of BC wines and craft beers. Real hot apple cider and our own gluhwein. Yummy home baked goodies. Amazing view and atmosphere. Truly unique hut on he mountain No reservations required. Located upper mid mountain top of Roller Coaster.
Mile 1 Hut
Mile 1 Hut
The Mile One Hut is located at the top of the Mile One Lift. Featuring grilled burgers like bison, salmon and veggie, espressos and real hot chocolate, cold beer and wine, sun decks with great views and a fire pit, the Mile One Hut is perfect for everyone.
Authentic swiss cheese blend served with baby potatoes roasted garlic, French baguette and fresh fruit for dipping. Air dried charcuterie and finest chocolate and fruit fondue. Mile one hosts smaller groups on Saturdays only, With the night skiing and chair running, you can upload or download with a pass, Single rides are available. Cheese and chocolate fondue $50 per person, Tax included
On mountain Huts Daily regular fare.
9:30am – 3:45pm Great coffee and lattes real hot chocolate. Hot cheesy Grilled sandwiches and Salmon, veggie and bison burgers. Located top of the Mile One Chair. Licensed.