Skiing tracks

Skiing Tracks on hills and ice

Koli's 80-kilometer skiing track net runs through varying terrain from the hills of Koli to the ice of Lake Pielinen. On the hilly tracks, the skier can climb up to the view points. The longest continuous illuminated skiing track in Finland (25 km) runs from Koli Freetime through Koli village to Loma-Koli. The lights are on until 9 pm and to -22 ° C.

Ski Maps

You can follow the maintenance of skiing tracks with the Map in Real Time.    

In the printed map Skiing tracks and snowmobile routes you can find the skiing tracks, 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 skiing tracks in Koli.

Skiing tracks in real time in Online Camera, which is located near Kopravaara.

The First Snow Skiing Track in Koli

The First Snow Skiing Track is the eight kilometer track from Kopravaara to the road Louhivaarantie crossing at the southern end of the Koli Illuminated Skiing Track. The track is located on a ridge 120–240 meters above sea level. The skiing track can be opened earlier for skiing than the other skiing tracks.

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 middle of February alongside the beautiful rapids, the Pielisen jäähiihto (‘Lake Pielinen Ice Skiing Event’) on Pielinen ice in February, and the The Kolin Maisemahiihto scenic skiing event and Ahmanhiihto (‘Wolverine Skiing Event’) in February and March. The series of skiing events ends with Pogostan hiihto (‘Pogosta Skiing Event’), which many consider the best mass skiing event in Finland.

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 the Koli Safari House Loma-Koli and the Lower Station of Ukko-Koli slopes.

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