Ylläs is the home of Finland’s longest ski slopes set in the midst of unspoilt Finnish Lapland. The resort is made up of two villages (Akäslompolo and Ylläsjärvi) working in partnership and joined by connecting bus.
Skiing altitude ranges from 255m-718m. With 60 runs, 29 of which are floodlit and 40 km of pistes there is a wide variety of activity in Ylläs.
Cross country skiers have 330km of trails to explore and snowboarders will discover 2 parks. Non ski activities include visits to Santa Claus, husky and reindeer safaris and observing the magical Northern Lights.
flickr images by leo-seta