Levi has some of the best cross-country ski tracks in Finland.
A well-maintained network of 230 km (142 mi) offers
versatile conditions for both active skiers and people who enjoy nature.
Cross-country skiing in Levi
January 10th, 2021:
Currently open cross-country skiing tracks include all the illuminated tracks in the Rakkavaara area as well as Levi Fell Circle and the track to Hanhipirtti on the north side of Kätkä and Pyhä fells. More will be opened as soon as the lakes and marshlands are covered by ice thick enough to carry the heavy maschine used to maintain the tracks.
In the Rakkavaara area there is a total of 28 kilometers of illuminated tracks. This allows for skiing from early in the mornign until 22-23.00 when the lights are turned automatically off.
More cross-country skiing tracks will be opened as the natural snow comes. The majority of the trail network will be opened when lakerivers are frozen and there is enough natural snow to safely prepare the tracks.
All of the 230-kilometers of cross-country skiing tracks are generally ready in early spring (usually February) and the season continues until late April or even early May. These tracks are prepared daily by Levi Ski Resort.
You can rent ski equipment from Levi's rental shops and have your skis serviced to top condition! The Levi ski school's instructors will help you hone your cross-country skiing technique. Guided ski tours are also organized, you can explore the excursions here.
LEVI CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING TRACK MAP AND ROUTES
Look at the Levi track map and select the skiing route that suits you.
Levi track lights are lit between 6:00 and 23:00 according to the amount of daylight.
Levi’s dog tracks make it possible to take your best friend with you.
Welcome to skiing at Levi!
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