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Ski trails and slopes.  To the slopes here.

Ski trails

Ski trails on hills and ice

Updated ski grooming service ( (Choose language from the flag on the top of the page)

On the stretch from Ursan kota to Napakallio lean-to shelter several lights are broken. Please, take a headlight with you! The 6.2 km loop around Käränkälampi in Loma-Koli in maintained throughout the season; the rest of the illuminated track and track up to Break Sokos Hotel Koli and the 3-km loop in Koli National park are groomed for the week ends. During holiday season tracks are maintained more often.

Koli's ski trail network runs through varying terrain from the hills of Koli to the ice of Lake Pielinen. On the hilly ski tracks, the skier can climb up to the view points to admire the magnificent views and snowcovered forests. The longest continuous illuminated ski trail in Finland (25 km) runs from Koli Freetime in Kopravaara, Juuka, through Koli village to Loma-Koli.

Ski Maps

Real-time ski trail maintenance map service. (Choose laguage from the flag on the top of the page).

In the printed map Ski trails and snowmobile routes you can find the ski trails, cafés and places for campfire. You can buy the map in the service points of the area. Buying this map, you support the maintenance of the ski trails in Koli.

Rental equipment and ski school

Koli Ski School is one of the oldest ski schools in Finland. Instructors of the ski school will teach you not only alpine skiing, snowboarding and telemarking, but also cross-country skiing. Cross-country ski sets are available for rent at Koli Ski Lower Station of Koli slopes.

The most beautiful skiing events in Finland

Our excursion-type skiing events include the Ruunaan Koskihiihto (‘Ruunaa Rapids Skiing Event’), which takes place in the beginning of March alongside the beautiful rapids, the Pielisen jäähiihto (‘Lake Pielinen Ice Skiing Event’) on Pielinen ice also in the beginning of March, and the The Kolin Maisemahiihto scenic skiing event and Ahmanhiihto (‘Wolverine Skiing Event’) in February and March. The series of skiing events is completed with Pogostan hiihto (‘Pogosta Skiing Event’), which many consider the best mass skiing event in Finland.

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