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Elevation: 731.6 ft
In this livecam picture you see the base station of the Gondoli2000 lift. This cabin lift is one of the most modern lifts in the ski resort Levi.
66 °F
5 hours ago
Elevation: 1535.4 ft
The webcam displays the Pallas winter sports area in Lapland, which comes with 9 runs and 2 ski lifts.
63 °F
1 hour ago
Your view from Ruka Village.
70 °F
5 hours ago
Elevation: 2358.9 ft
Ylläs Upper station
64 °F
5 hours ago
Elevation: 482.3 ft
Vuokatti Western ski slopes
70 °F
temporarily unavailable
Elevation: 128 ft
View from the top station towards northwest facing the terrain park and the family slope
70 °F
temporarily unavailable
Elevation: 616.8 ft
Slopes in Himos Ski Resort, Finland
68 °F
temporarily unavailable
Elevation: 1446.9 ft
Outlook at the slopes Polar and the FIS approved Palander
54 °F
5 hours ago
Elevation: 721.8 ft
View of Base Station in Salla Ski Resort, Finnland.
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Elevation: 265.7 ft
Ellivuori Base Cam
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Elevation: 72.2 ft
This camera offers a magnificent panoramic view from the shipyard in Helsinki over the Finnish capital.
68 °F
5 hours ago
Elevation: 397 ft
Ounasvaara Slope and ski jump
52 °F
temporarily unavailable
Elevation: 580.7 ft
Paljakka Upper station
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Have a look at the market place of Joensuu in Finland. The town is located 15 km south of Kontiolahti Stadium.
55 °F
5 hours ago
Elevation: 301.8 ft
This webcam is located in the city of Mikkeli in Finland near the Ski Tornimäki ski resort.
54 °F
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Skiing at the Arctic Circle

High up in the north of Europe, Finland offers winter sport enthusiasts unique and special skiing experiences. About 75 regions can be found here even though most of them are smaller mountains close to small cities and villages.

There are some ski areas in middle and south Finland but the larger and more popular ones are located in the northern part of the country – in Lapland. Since up there the pistes pass by alongside the Arctic Circle the lighting conditions are one of a kind. During the winter months the sun does not show at all and the pistes need to be illuminated by day. In spring skiers and snowboarders can enjoy the pistes from the early morning till late at night with sunshine throughout. In March and April a ski day can last up to 16 hours!

In Lapland visitors are welcomed by reindeers as well as the four major skiing regions called “Big Four”: Levi, Ylläs, Pyhä-Luosto and Ruka. The most popular resort would be Levi. In November this area is host to the traditional World Cup races. All other times of the year it scores with fun and diverse descends as well as two great terrain parks. Ylläs is with 60 slopes the largest skiing region in Finland. Pyhä awaits you with the steepest slope in Finland and truly magnificent landscapes. Ruka on the other hand attracts tourist because of its long seasons lasting up to 200 days.

Winter in Finland offers much more apart from slopes. A ride with a Husky Sled is definitely a must! To recover from the cold outside, a typical Finish sauna session is the perfect counterpart to the frosty cold of Finland. With more than three million saunas the Finish people are famous for world class sauna experiences. In Lapland there is a nature phenomenon which is worth the travel already: Auroras. To really appreciate and enjoy the full beauty of these polar lights you should go on a snow shoe hike or take a motorized sled or Husky sled to the back country – far away from the lights of the cities.

Finland has five international airports with the main hub at Helskini-Vantaa. The road and rail network is very well established so visitors can reach the ski resorts by car or public transportation without problems.

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