April 13th, 2019


A true artic experience under the warming spring sun!

Welcome to Ylläs-Levi on Saturday April 13th 2019 for a unique cross country skiing challenge in Northern Finland. The race courses go through the beautiful Lappish fell scenery in Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park from Ylläsjärvi, Äkäslompolo, Kukastunturi, Pyhäjärvi and finally heading to Levi.

The 70km race is included in the Visma Ski Classics, the long-distance ski championships and will be the final race in the tour in 2019. A challenging and rewarding course with longer climbs and easier flats through the artic birch forest. If you want an easier challenge, a course of 55 km is offered, starting in Äkäslompolo and leaving out the climb before Kätkänlaavu.

Western Lapland offers perfect snow conditions throughout the winter season, which makes it the perfect place to finish of your winter season. Both Ylläs and Levi are easily accessible by plane, train or car. Warm welcome!


Registration Fees

Nov 1st – Jan 31st  Feb 1st – April 10th Late registration
70 km Classic €130 €140 €160
55 km Classic €105 €115 €135


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