Lapland Ski Resort Luosto

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Lapland Ski Resort Luosto in nutshell

10 slopes, 3 traverse routes
4 lifts: 2 T-bars, Platter and Magic Carpet
Tobogganing and Tube hills
Lengths of slopes 400-1500 m
Elevation of slopes 60-225 m
Maintained slopes circa 8 km
Lift capacity 2500 persons/hour

Easy runs

The Family slopes and Main slopes of Luosto are suitable for those who enjoy more relaxed skiing or snowboarding, while the steeper profiles of slopes in the Sunny lift area and Mid slope are suitable for those looking for more challenging runs.

Family Slope area for beginners and families

Beginners and the youngest members of the family can safely get a taste of skiing on the Family Slope, where you can also have fun in the tobogganing and Tube Hills.

Mini and Snow Park

Freeriders and snowboarders interested in jumps and rails can start at the Mini Park on the Family Slope and, as their skills increase, move on to the bigger Snow Park on the Main slope.

Off-piste skiing

Freeride terrains; Luosto is known for its easy accessible lift powder snow in the backcountry terrain which starts from the top of the Sunny lift on the left. Best known area is called Sunny Gorge (Aurinkokuru) and the area covers all from the Luosto's weather radar to the down of Ukko-Luosto parking. 

Just remember that all off-piste skiers/snowboarders are always on their own risk, and you should never go off-piste skiing at your own.

Ski Knööli

During the day on the slopes, you can enjoy the delicacies and refreshments of the slope restaurant located at the bottom of th e Main slope. During the spring, Ski Knööl's big terrace is bathed in the sun.