Monday, April 15 2024

The resort of Levi, located in Finland, boasts an incredible 230 kilometres of skiing tracks and 886 kilometres of snowmobile routes. For fans of downhill skiing it has 45 pistes, with the longest being 2500 metres long and the maximum vertical drop being over 300 metres. If you are a fan of winter sports, Levi is certainly the place to go.

If skiing is not your thing but you still want to have fun in the snow, then no worry as you can go on a lovely husky safari with Levi Huskypark. Wolverine Fell Wilderness and Nature can provide you with a whole host of winter activities such as reindeer safaris, fox snare hunting, snowshoeing, and ice fishing — and once you’ve built up an appetite you can try some reindeer casserole or salmon soup in their restaurant.

Levi Resort photo
Photo by zuzana.bartipanova

Levi Resort, Finsko

In fact, once you’ve built up an appetite there are many places to try local delicacies — reindeer, willow grouse, salmon, artic char and common whitefish, which are all delicious whether smoked or fried. If this all seems a bit too adventurous, fear not — you can also get hamburgers, pizzas and kebabs.

After you’ve done a day of winter sports and filled your tummy with delicious local food, you’ll need somewhere to sleep. Thankfully Levi has 20000 beds available for visitors — it’s one of the largest human concentrations in Lapland. Whether you want to camp out with nature, spend your night in a luxurious cottage or relax in the sumptuous spa at Hotel Levitunturi, Levi has accommodation to suit you.


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