As an experienced boarder, I have traveled to the most of the big ski resorts in Finland, and therefore I have the right to a small, but extremely constructive criticism.
Perhaps the only lack of the ski slopes in Levi is the small (by European standards) the length of the slopes – a maximum of 2.5 km. However, in reality, this moment is corrected by a well-thought-out map of the ski slopes, their intersection and well-established service.
You can change slopes for an infinitely long time (there are 43 of them, by the way), stopping from time to time in numerous cafes and restaurants, and get real fun from this.
There are slopes of various difficulty levels, from green to black (in 2000 the European Slalom Championship was in Levi), the level of their preparation I estimate at 4.5 points (out of 5).
Lifts are the various types, from simple drag and chair lifts to gondola lifts. And a huge plus is the fact that buying a ski pass in Levi you can visit other ski resorts: Ylläs, Pallas and Olos.
Tourists who do not have personal vehicles will be pleasantly surprised by the free and comfortable buses running between the lifts.
And for families with children, the day care is organized in Levi, where you can leave your child for a couple of hours while the parents spend their time on slopes.
To summarize: Levi is a great example of good ski resort planning, where the care of tourists easily converts into impressive money supply for the owners of this Lapland miracle. A visit is highly recommended … I’m sure you won’t regret. 🙂
Address: Levi, 99130 Kittilä