Ylläs

Ski resorts in Finland
Lifts (14/28)
Slopes (27/63)
Ylläs ski resort is located north of the Arctic Circle, close to the most popular national park in Finland. The magnificent fell landscapes of this park can be seen from the top of Ylläs.
Measured in size, Ylläs is by far the largest ski resort in Lapland. Almost half of the 63 slopes are more than 1 km long and the eight longest slopes are up to two or three kilometres. Altogether 28 ski lifts operate during high-season at the diverse slopes of Ylläs.

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ylläs2012 (Guest)
10/04/2012
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2 pages, äkäslompolo and iso-ylläs

+ Pistachio wide slopes
+ Only lift queues at the gondola, which only takes a minute
+ Beautiful park
+ Longest piste in Finland, 3km
+ Funparken is beautiful, bonk, double rainbow rail and a nice jump

-3km The piste is raised quickly = ice
-The park will also get ice and landings will be like a grave in the middle ..
-Some lifts close earlier than others = Hard to get to the other side
-Speak between the slopes
- Just so expensive

Anthon
20/04/2011
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Ylläs is a great backdrop for the whole family, which I have visited for the second consecutive year. This year they have two beautiful parks and two junior parks. The offpiste is incredibly good only one learns to find the right places. (when I was on shorter stays, I thought the offpiste sued.) The gondolift is really good (used almost only that and the streetlift), but else the rest of the lifts said. (worthless seating lift without "foot" support for skiing / snowboarding. Watch out so you'll find the slopes on time when you're in the offpiste !!! (I ended up on a nice 1.5km walk but pants ...

Plus:
+ Nice parks
+ Offpists
+ Finland's longest piste
+ Family friendly
+ Good slopes
+ Gondoliften
+ Great service
+ Good Rails
+ Almost no lift queues
+ Well planned
+ Good longitudinal track

Minus
- Expensive
- No pipe
- Poor seat lift and slow ankle fists
- For lung evening life
- Good longitude track
- Bad food supply
- A lot of amateurs out on the slopes

uttryck
31/03/2010
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Ylläs is a really nice place. Good lifts, varied rides. Breeeda's nice well-groomed pistes are probably the sign. Good planned system. It's a good idea to find out the Finns, nothing left to chance. Not perhaps the best party venue (there is Levi straw warmer but skiing is Ylläs better). Best rides are on the 12th hill down the valley at the Jokeri lift, where you can drive offpiste on the side if you know it. And then you would like to take a warm chocolate minttu and a lukewarm raspberry on the cozy fake down in the valley there. Such a large facility, for example, might have been Swedish Dundret, but there are those bright years after unfortunately. Should you choose the side of the mountain for the accommodation, I probably like Äkäslompolo page better, more forest, more cozy. Iso-Ylläs's page is a bit trickier. But, of course, the accommodation is top notch. New, fresh and ALWAYS with your own sauna. That is in Finland. Highly recommended!

simon1234
14/09/2009
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If you are going on a hill in Northern Norway, it's Ylläs who strikes me all the way

good price
good backs

The downside is that it usually blows up to heavy winds, but for those who like to go to powder snow, it's one of the best places to be on :)

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Evert (Guest)
25/02/2008
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I'm there several times a winter and usually around Easter and it's usually nice weather but sometimes cold and windy. Now they have a fixed gondola lift and seat lifts. 29 lifts and 61 runs. best time is enough at Easter.

krow
09/10/2007
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has been on ylläs twice, 2005 and 2006. Ylläs was the first ski resort I was in outside Sweden. Many backs and even though there is not so much hope, they have a pretty good park with boxes, rails, some jumps and one (at least when I've been there) uncooked halfpipe. In my opinion, the best page is "Iso-ylläs" because I like jumps and boxes, but they have very big variations on the slopes and often very high quality. There are usually long queues on the table but the food is good. I have many good memories from ylläs and think that everyone who has the roads should go there.

jona_than
04/01/2007
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First of all, we correct previous reviews, ylläs is not the highest mountain in Finland, but ylläs is 3 km long in Finland. It has been there a few times in recent years and what I can say is that there is a mountain that suits everyone .. there is a fairly gentle park, both steep and slippery, a little offpiste, cross-country, etc. There's probably no mountain man to do if you just want to go off-piste or just park, but the mix of yoke is good. on the other hand, the weather is mostly less good, with fog, cold and snowstorms .. but if you're going to go to Finland, you'll probably be top 3 beggar: ylläs, levi & ruka ..

Rautio
04/01/2007
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Ylläs is a good and nice place.

+ Long slopes
+ Large and good park

- Slow lifts, take a long time and get up
- Much people, they were a lot of people when I was there
- Often cold

In summary, I can say that Ylläs is a good hill, nice and big park and that's where you hang almost all the time.

Clariella
21/02/2003
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-The longest slopes in Finland, 3km.
-Good offpiste opportunities, ranging from easy to quite demanding rides.
-Royal crossroads.
-Not so many people.

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-Onta snowstorms, fog on top and ice cold.
- No really demanding slopes.
-Beautiful city and bad nightlife.
-Food food at the stores.

Gollumina
14/01/2003
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Go there almost every winter. Good slopes for all levels, but about -30 degrees during sports holidays.
On "tunturi-ylläs" you can go without being forced. No lift queues at all. (No chairlifts). Pass over to the "sun side" -Iso Ylläs, there are long slopes + quiet park.
For off-piste, there is an orot fluff on Kellostapuli.
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