Winter's most amazing and fun children's holiday destination, Levi, offers for the youngest members of the family up to 10 children's slopes, a small Mini and Junior Parks, two kids' areas, indoor daycare place, and a variety of games, activities, and competitions in the form of weekly programs for each day of the holiday.
Safe slopes, yummy food and new friends - Levi ranks among the best family skiing destinations in Finland. See below the best tips for a children's winter day in Levi!
WEEKLY PROGRAM IN LEEVILANDIA
Toboggan and sled races, play and game days, sports competitions and nature trails - Leevilandia on the South Slopes offer fun, free children's programs for the week! The programs are suitable for all ages, and all you need is outdoor clothing and a lot of joyful spirit!
Check out the weekly program of Leevilandia!
LEEVILANDIA AND DAYCARE MUKSUTUPA
Come and meet Leevi the wolverine in Leevilandia! The children’s area on the South Slopes is full of snowy hustle and bustle. In Leevilandia’s varied games and competitions, each participant is rewarded. There are also two covered carpet lifts in the area, as well as a traditional pome lift for the smallest beginners to practice skiing and snowboarding. At the Leevilandia hut you can also grill your own sausages!
In the Leevilandia on the South Slopes, there is also an indoor daycare place where children can spend time in a supervised daycare playing while adults are skiing. The little ones have the best time with our daycare in Muksutupa, South Point, where they can also sleep inside or outside in a stroller. Bring your own lunch, if you also want your child to eat during the daycare. You can also find weekly programs and more information about the daycare on the Leevilandia website.
Next to the Front Slopes, you will find the fun and awesome Kids' Land. The children's sled and toboggan runs, and the warm hut are the best winter day activities for the little ones of the family. For beginners, there are also two pome lifts that allow small skiers to easily reach the top of the safe children's slopes. You can borrow sliders and sleds for children to play at the Kids' Land area. In the Kids' Land, it is also allowed to eat your own snacks, so it is worth packing sausages and ketchup for grilling on the open fire inside the hut.
CHILDREN'S SLOPES AND KIDS' OWN PARK
Levi offers fun and varied children's slopes for every day of the week, not forgetting the toboggan runs that kids love! Toboggan runs can be found in Leevilandia and Kids' Land. At Leevilandia and Kids' Land, the youngest members of the family can also practice skiing on the safe and easy slopes. The journey up the hill goes easily with pome and carpet lifts.
Slopes suitable for children can also be found outside the children's areas. The slopes best suited for families with children are the blue slopes, which are easy and best suited for beginners. For those skiing with children, we recommend the carpet and pome lifts on the Front Slopes, the mellow T-bar lift 7B and Utsu pome lift, the long gentle blue slopes on the South Slopes, and the Taalo pome lift on the Northeast Slopes.
On the South Slopes, you will also find the Mini Park and Junior South Park suitable for smaller skiers and snowboarders! Next to the Leevilandia pome lift, there is a Mini Park suitable for beginners, and next to lift nr 9 from the 9.1 slope you can find a slightly more challenging Junior Park with smaller jumps and easier rails. Junior Park is suitable for beginners as well as intermediate skiers. Junior Park is suitable for beginners as well as intermediate skiers.
If the youngest members of the family go on a snow holiday for the first time and your plan is also to do some downhill skiing, we recommend booking a ski school for the child well in advance. With the lessons of the ski school, children get a smooth, safe, and fun start to learning downhill skiing. Above all, the ski school is an investment for a smooth start to the holiday and ensuring the learn right skills on the slopes.
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