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Levi Ski Resort Tours

Levi Ski Resort
As Finland’s most popular ski resort and host of the annual Alpine World Cup Race, Levi is a top choice for winter sports. Take on the downhill runs, cross-country trails, and the country’s largest snowboard park in winter, while getting your thrills mountain biking, dry-slope sledding, and zip-lining in the summer months.

The Basics

Set atop a 1,700-foot (531-meter) mountainous ridge, Levi is one of the largest ski areas in Lapland, equipped with dozens of slopes and ski lifts. Both first-timers and seasoned skiers will find ample opportunities to try out the slopes, alongside alternative winter activities like Nordic walking excursions, dog sledding, northern lights spotting, and visiting a reindeer park.

Levi might be at its liveliest during the winter months, but the resort town is still worth a visit when the snow stops falling, with year-round activities including mountain biking at the Levi bike park, dry-slope sledding, and zip-lining at Levi Adventure Park. Levi is also within striking distance of Rovaniemi’s Santa Claus Village, and trips offering a chance to meet Father Christmas and an overnight stay at a snow hotel are popular options.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Levi is especially enticing for skiers and lovers of outdoor sports.
  • Temperatures can be gruelingly cold in Lapland in the winter months, so pack appropriate clothing.
  • Most Levi activities and experiences are outdoors and require adequate winter gear during the coldest months.

How to Get There

Levi is located in Finnish Lapland, about 105 miles (170 kilometers) north of the Arctic Circle and a 2.5-hour drive from Rovaniemi. The resort town can be reached by air, and there are also trains and buses that connect to Levi from other Finnish towns.

When to Get There

The most popular time of year to visit Levi is during the winter ski season, but the area offers spectacular landscapes and a wide variety of outdoor activities in the summer months, as well.

Rovaniemi
The most important city near Levi is Rovaniemi, Lapland’s capital city and main hub for transportation. Located on the crossing of the Kemijoki and Ounasjoki rivers on the Arctic Circle, Rovaniemi’s picturesque setting and popular Santa Claus Village and Santa Park make it a highlight when visiting Finnish Lapland.
Address: Kittilä, 99130, Finland
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Private Departure Transfer to Kittilä Airport from Levi

Private Departure Transfer to Kittilä Airport from Levi

Choose our reliable private transfer service from Levi to Kittilä Airport. You have a choice of clean and comfortable 3- and 8-seater vehicles and a professional English speaking driver. We pick-up from any location in Levi or its immediate surroundings.
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  • 20 to 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$129.63
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$129.63
per group
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