Downhill skiing

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Downhill skiing 2013-09-12T19:20:48+00:00

Downhill skiing

 

Fell Lapland has the biggest concentration of ski resorts in Finland. There are four resorts: Levi, Olos, Pallas and Ylläs. The distances between the resorts vary from 25 – 60 km, so during a week-long trip you can experience more than one ski resort.

muonioolos_200 OLOS is the smallest and cosiest of the ski resorts. Height difference is over two hundred metres, with the longest slope runs being over a kilometre and a half long. By location, Olos is in prime position – in the heart of Fell Lapland. Olos has the shortest distances to other ski resorts and natural sites in the district.

Lapland Hotels
99300 Muonio


 pallas_hotelli_200 PALLAS is the most genuine and traditional skiing resort, a real paradise for enjoyment. Telemark enthusiasts in particular highly value this resort. In Pallas, the slope height difference is 340 metres, with nine slopes, the longest of which has a 2,400-metre run.

Lapland Hotels
99300 Muonio


LEVI not only invests in downhill skiing, but also in nightlife and partying culture. This means Levi is especially popular with companies and young people. In Levi, the height difference is 325 metres, with 45 slopes, the longest of which has a 2,500-metre run.

www.levi.fi


YLLÄS is the largest of the ski resorts and fully concentrates on outdoor pursuits. In Ylläs, the height difference is 463 metres, with 61 slopes, the longest of which has a run in excess of 3,000 metres.

www.yllas.fi