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Levi Ski Resort, Levi

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#1 of 15 in Winter Sports in Finland
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Deep in the wilderness, atop Levi Mountain sits Levi Ski Resort, the largest ski resort in Finland. A winter wonderland for snow lovers, the site boasts 43 ski slopes, 27 lifts, and 200 km (124 mi) of cross-country trails north of the Arctic Circle. The resort offers classes for beginners of all ages, though it also has three black slopes for advanced skiers. You can also visit the Levi Ice Hotel and Ice Gallery nearby. A number of events are held here, including the Alpine World Cup Race. Plan to visit Levi Ski Resort and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Levi attractions using our Levi vacation generator.
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Finland's biggest ski resort, Levi features seasonal accommodation related to the outdoors with a surprising amount of activity given the city's location in Lapland. Outside of the snow sports industry, Levi is a small town, so you'll have easy access to most of the urban activity if you stay in one of the bigger hotels in the city center. This also puts you close to bars, clubs, and restaurants. Options include everything from mid-level chain hotels to sizeable, all-inclusive spas. Alternatively, rent a chalet or guesthouse in the surrounding hills to be closer to the area's natural setting.
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  • Levi is not your typical ski centre - it is so much more. It is quaint, picturesque but expensive (worth it though). The small shops are clustered together near the ski slopes which are very well mana...  more »
  • Spent a week in Levi. Nice and soft slopes were more than enough for me, being a second-year snowboarder. There are no mountains "per se" like in Elbrus, more like hills, but for beginner-intermediate...  more »
  • In a normal year, I would say that it was a sweet little resort with some nice intermediate runs; I am an experience skier. But in a year when we hardly got any snow in the Alps, it was amazing. So ha...  more »