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Blue room Bathroom Living-room Red room Ski room Second floor 360 view

Skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, husky and reindeer riding and so much more…! Rent our spacious Feeling Lodge Lapland and live out your Winterdream in the pristine snows of Ylläs Ski Resort in Lapland, Finland!

Awesome!

Do not waste your time and energy in queues!

From Lapland Feeling Lodge it is just six minutes by ski bus to the largest downhill ski centre in Finland and one of the largest in Scandinavia.

Because of the big lift and other service capacity on the one hand and relatively small number of skiers on the other hand, you do not have to spend your time in queues on either the roads or the slopes of Ylläs.

Although professional Finnish downhill-skiers and snowboarders from the top of the world train and compete in Ylläs, its' non-Alpine slopes are much better suited to the needs of non-professional skiers, children and elderly people.

Ylläs Ski Centre consists of Ski Centre Ylläs-Ski and Ski Centre Iso-Ylläs. There are ski centres on both sides of the mountain and you can move by lift between them using a common ticket.

Downhill Skiing pictures | Snowboarding pictures
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Cross-country and Telemark-skiing, snowshoeing

Cross-country and Telemark-skiing, snowshoeing
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Down-hill and half-pipe skiing, snowboarding
Down-hill and half-pipe skiing, snowboarding
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Snowmobiling
Snowmobiling
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Reindeer and husky dog sledging, horse riding
Reindeer and husky dog sledging, horse riding
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Hiking, Nordic walking, biking, canoeing and fishing
Hiking, Nordic walking, biking, canoeing and fishing
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Slope map of both Iso-Ylläs and Ylläs-Ski, on opposing sides of the fell