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currency
 euro
time difference
 GMT + 2
ski season
 October - May
resort height
 718m
highest lift
 718
snow range
 340-665m
snow probability
 excellent
transfers
 Kittila Airport, 45km
 Kolari Railway Station 35km
 

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Ylläs is Finish Lapland, stunning natural beauty and magical atmosphere - famous for its 'blue light' in the day and the northern lights at night.

Ylläs, pronounced `U-las`, consists of seven fells and two original Sami villages; Akaslompolo village is located on the northern side of the the Ylläs fell and Yllasjarvi village on the southern side. Both have a range of local bars and restaurants and a free ski bus to the lifts.

In Ylläs you can feel the original Lappish atmosphere: in most hotels and cafes you are served by a second or third generation of families.

The crisp, dry climate ensures snow reliability right through one of the longest ski seasons. Whether you're looking for an action-packed week of skiing and adventures, or something a little more relaxing, Ylläs can offer both. Its uncrowded, floodlit slopes are ideal for beginners and intermediates, while the sheer choice of activities means you can try things you've only ever dreamed of.

The ski season begins in October and lasts until May. The sun does not rise in winter until late January, when temperatures can be as low as -40ºC although there is adequate daylight. However when cold, its normally a dry cold which is comfortable for periods so long as adequate thermal skiwear is worn. By March the days are longer than in the Alps and in May, when daylight approaches 24 hours, the slopes are still open when most northern hemisphere ski areas are closed.

www.yllas.fi

You can now try the fantastic Arctic adventure resort of Ylläs in magical Lapland. This resort is one of the largest ski areas in Finland with uncrowded queues and a great choice of winter activities to try. A great choice for families, Ylläs is a full service ski and sport resort with an eye to the future and a new gondola lift will be open for December 2007.

Ylläs is the home to the longest runs in Finland. With 58 slopes and 27 lifts Ylläs is the largest resort in Lapland and Finland. Ylläs also has two ski schools, one in both villages. The ski schools provide slalom-, cross country skiing-, telemark skiing-, off-piste skiing- and snowboarding lessons.

 

aprés ski

good range of bars and restaurants.

activities

Artic activities: snowmobiling * husky dog sleighs * showshoeing * reindeer safaris * ice fishing * visit Santa * northern lights

eating out

ensure you try Lappish specialities.

other amenities

free ski bus with ski pass *

family

indoor creche 3mnths - 8 years
ski kindergarten 4 - 6yrs 
tourist office 
Ylläs Travel Association
Lehontie 2
FIN-95970 Äkäslompolo
Finland
tel +358-(0)16-569 569
fax +358-(0)16-569 564

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