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Yllas Ski Resort

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Yllas Ski Resort

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First-timers can get to grips with snowmobiling on this small-group safari tour for beginners. Pick up the basics from your guide during your introductory briefing, then cruise off together into Lapland’s frozen landscape to explore forest trails and icy lakes, before warming up over complimentary hot drinks and gingerbread. Avoid hidden costs with all equipment and clothing included, plus round-trip transfer from Rovaniemi hotels.
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FinnishMom wrote a review Apr 2
Southwest Finland, Finland44 contributions54 helpful votes
The slopes are well maintained, safe, broad and I’d say this skiing was the best I have had in Finland during my 25 years of skiing and the kids liked it, too. When you go during late March-April it is not too cold either, and you can continue skiing until late in the evening - the sun sets at 9 pm and the slopes close at 7 pm!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Paul W wrote a review Nov 2020
Leeds, United Kingdom2 contributions2 helpful votes
Visited Lapland (yllas) with my wife and two children aged 9 and 4 . From the very start the trip was stress free . From being dropped at your cabin ,attending welcome meeting and booking trips ,you always knew what you was doing .(Inghams reps are great) We had the Santa Grotto meet which is absolutely amazing for the kids . Very magical . You can bake biscuits ,sledging , meet reindeer .Its a great day out We also enjoyed the snowmobile trip , you get to see remote parts of the area in the middle of nowhere and stop off at a cabin for berry juice and biscuits. The kids ride in a big sledge pulled by one of the guides which had my wife in a panic but they was fine ,the guide would always come and let us know they was ok when we would stop for others to catch up. Our youngest actually was fast asleep wrapped in fur blankets when we stopped for drinks. Probably the best trip was the reindeer and husky safari. You get to go mushing ( I think that's correct name) with the dogs which is awesome and learn about their way of life . You have free reign of the grounds to meet all the dogs. You go on a reindeer ride through the woods which is fun There is loads more things to enjoy here but the kids just loved the freedom and the snow and sledding. But for me it was how picturesque it was and peaceful and the locals are great . Definitely have to go once .
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Hayley Watson wrote a review Mar 2020
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Brilliant place to visit, plenty to do without skiing....couldn't have asked for better weather and got to see the northern lights 4 times ....would recommend to everybody
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Date of experience: February 2020
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104t wrote a review Apr 2019
Taunton, United Kingdom265 contributions91 helpful votes
A ski trip to the arctic circle may be very different to the Alps. This very much depends on when you go.The season changes rapidly with each passing week.One thing that remains constant is how friendly and helpful people at this resort are. The restaurant does a buffet type meal at lunchtime that you really shouldn't miss. It's excellent, and great value especially if you are feeding a hungry cold family. The ski pub is absolutely great also. I have enjoyed hot soup in January and cold beer in March. The slopes are well attended by highly trained and helpful ski patrol people and medical help is close by.Many people seem put off by the button tows, but they are no problem, just not quite as luxurious as a chair lift. The ski bus runs from the villages of Akaslompolo and Yllasjarvi, and for anyone like me who get's confused by the timetable, just ask at the resort or the hotels and someone will always help.If you want sunshine go in March or April, but if you want the slope to yourself and can handle the cold go in January.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Martin G wrote a review Feb 2019
London, United Kingdom21 contributions4 helpful votes
This was our fourth trip to Yllas - that alone probably says it all as to what we think of it!! Travelled with Inghams - Easyjet charter flight check in was a bit chaotic due to a belt failure but not a major problem. Lapland was as beautiful as ever, skiing conditions were generally good (bit icy on the last couple of days), husky sled trip was fun.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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