Saariselkä is the northernmost ski resort in Europe. Follow the up-to-date information on slopes at Saariselkä Ski or the cross-country skiing track and weather conditions during the winter season. Ski Bus timetables for winter 2017-2018.
NOTE: Walking is NOT allowed on the ski-tracks. Ski tracks have three lanes – two for classic style and the middle lane for free style. There are also winter walking trails in Saariselkä region.
Saariselkä cross-country skiing tracks are free of charge for skiers and this is a significant opportunity for all skiers, from abroad to local enthusiasts. The northernmost ski resort in Europe has a great cross-country ski track network: 200 km of maintained tracks.
Versatile slopes and well maintained ski tracks ensure a successful holiday on the northernmost ski resort in Europe. The northern location ensures the snow-sure skiing season in Saariselkä from November till May – and even beyond: in June 2017, Saariselkä Ski & Sport Resort opened the slopes for three days, offering some unforgettable moments skiing during the Midnight Sun.
Ski Track info 13 Feb 2018
Classic and freestyle:
- 20 km Saariselkä – Laanila – Kiilopää – Kakslauttanen – Tievatupa – Muotkan maja
- 6 km Kuutamolatu
- 2 km Prospektorin reitti
- 5 km Kiilopää – Sivakkaoja – Muotkanmaja
- 5 km Ahopää
- 8 km Hirvaskuru – Rumakuru – Piispanoja
- 10 km Kiilopää – Luulampi – Rumakuru
- 5 km Iisakkipää
- 20 km koiralatu Saariselkä – Luttokämppä – Moitakuru -Lutto
- 7 km Saariselkä – Kaunispää – Palo-oja
All trails will be opened during week 7
Snow depth: 70 cm
Cafes along the ski tracks
- Luulampi Ski Café is open from February 18th to April 20th during the ski season every day from 10 am to 4 pm.
- Moitakuru Ski Café is open from February 28th to April 20th Sunday to Friday from 10.30 am to 15.30 pm. Closed on Saturdays (Sat 31.3. open from 10.30 am to 15.30 pm).
Check out the webcam to see up to date information about the skiing tracks.
Up to date map of the Saariselkä region cross-country skiing tracks: infogis.fi/saariselka.