This pass covers the 4 Finnish ski resorts of Levi, Yllas, Pallas and Olos. The resorts are between 30 and 90 minutes apart by car and are all located in the fell region of Finnish Lapland. Car hire and snowmobile hire is available in Kittila and Levi, although the weather can be extreme so road and trail conditions must be checked before heading out. For information on buses and organised tours between the resorts speak to the local tourist information centre or your holiday tour operator.
For more information on the Levi resort see our Levi ski resort page. Below is some basic information on the other 3 resorts:
Yllas is located 65km from Levi and is a 30-50 minute transfer from Kittila. The resort is split up across 2 villages, one on each side of the fell. Yllasjarvi is located on the side the closest to Levi and Akaslompolo is around the other side. The 2 villages are well connected to each other by a regular bus service. Yllas has a total of 61 runs serviced by 29 lifts. The runs are mostly red with a few blues and only a couple of blacks. See our dedicated Yllas Finland site for more information on this resorts location, accommodation and facilities.
Pallas is a much smaller resort and consists of only 9 slopes (1 of which is floodlit), serviced by 2 lifts. The resort is set up for beginner to intermediate skiers and snowboarders, the more advanced should be aware that there are no black runs. Although this is a small resort it does have some good accommodation and extensive cross-country trails. Pallas is located 65km north of Levi, 100km from Kittila and 20km from Muonio.
For information and booking of The Lapland Hotel Pallas see Booking.com
Olos is 30km south of Pallas, 8km from Muonio and 61km from Levi. Olos is slightly larger than Pallas, but is still small in comparison to Levi and Yllas. There are 4 lifts servicing the fell and 10 downhill pistes. The break down of these 10 runs is, 3 blue, 5 red, 1 black and 1 green.
For information and booking of Holiday Center Loma-Olos see Booking.com
Make sure you check the resort conditions and opening times with the visitor information centre before heading off to any of these for a day trip.
The Lapland super pass can be purchased at any of the resorts listed above. You should expect to pay around €150-€200 for a 6 day pass. Prices vary depending on the time of year with spring being the peak time.