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Set high on the slopes of Pyhätunturi Ski Resort, Ski-Inn Hotel Pyhätunturi is next to Pyhä-Luosto National Park, in Finnish Lapland. Its modern rooms offer free WiFi, satellite TV and clothes dryer. Aamiaiscroissantit maukkaat, nukuimme tod.hyvin.
This property is located 984 feet from Lake Vuostimojärvi and 15 minutes’ drive from Pyhätunturi Ski Resort. It provides free Wi-Fi, an on-site restaurant and a communal fireplace TV lounge. Owners were very helpful to bring me to the ski slopes each morning!
Located in Pyhätunturi, 16 miles from Luosto, Pyhä Igloos provides ski-to-door access and free WiFi. Everything was just fantastic! The igloo was superb and all the amenities were also first class. It was super nice to have a full kitchen in the igloo su we could make our own morning coffee etc.
Pyhän Asteli Aurora Igloos & Suites features a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a bar and shared lounge in Pyhätunturi. The place was clean, very well maintained. Everything working perfectly, hot water was sufficient. Staff were friendly, helpful, although it was abit confusing as to where to collect keys, it was sorted out with a simple phone call. The view was excellent although we did not spot any aurora due to weather. Activities were easy to book and pick up was excellent. 10mins drive to the nearest kmarket and restaurants.
Located 1.9 mi from the slopes of Pyhä Ski Resort, these brightly decorated apartments include private saunas and fully equipped kitchens. Luosto Ski Resort is 15 mi away. Good food shop and cafes for reasonable price in Pyha and wonderful nature for winter sports and relax
Set in Pyhätunturi, 16 mi from Luosto, Parkside Pyhä offers ski-to-door access and free WiFi. The accommodations is air conditioned and is fitted with a sauna. Staff was super helpful, flexible and warm on any matter we had. Everything was new and shiny but still with good taste. Location is superb. National park and slopes just from the backyard. We even saw reindeers couple of times just by walking the National park for 10 minutes.
We enjoyed a lot Arctic Circle and real winter in january 2020 in Finland! Pyha ski resort is super place to go for winter sports with family! Easy to rent top equipment, super crosscountry skiing tracks! See you again, white Finland!
Pyhatunturi is primarily a ski resort, but also offers plenty to do in the summer: hiking, fat-tyre biking, fishing, trail running etc etc you name it. There are a few hotels, probably hundreds of cabins, and also a camping area for caravans (not sure if you can pitch a tent there). From the resort you can access the Pyha-Luosto National Park, which offers great hiking trails of varying difficulty. There is a visitor centre where you can find out lots about the national park. One of the chairlifts operates throughout the summer and you can go to the top of the fell to admire the vistas (and to eat the yummy waffles at the fell-top cafe!). Several shops, including a good-sized supermarket. A number of restaurants too. The hiking is not too extreme here, so it's a great place for families.
I love the scenery and local people. The landscape is just breathtaking. The air feels like so easy to breathe even while the temperature is very low. If you are not a friend of winter sports then it might be a bit booring. But if you havent tried yet this is a very good possibility to try everything. There are many, many different things you can try. If you go to Pyhätunturi you must absolutely take a trip to the Top of Pyhä. If you don´t do it you have missed a great deal of the whole package.
It is a very quiet town. I went to Levi previously and there was a lot more to do and see. The husky rides were out of town and it was annoying that we had to catch taxi's all the way out there, would have been good if they came to pick you up we were having trouble getting a taxi there. Is a lot better if you have your own transport. The pub down the road was great, good food and great value and the staff are really lovely. Was a bummer the lift to the top of the mountain was closed for days due to wind so we couldnt ski all of the mountain only got to do a little bit :( The snowmobiling was fun and we got to see the northern lights. Husky ride was good but to short. The ski inn hotel was great.
We loved Pyha and the surrounding areas. There is so much to do; horse riding in the snow, visiting reindeer park & taking a reindeer safari, snowmobiles, husky safari, an amethyst mine, cross country & downhill skiing, ice hotels, ice-slides, visiting Santa (we had to go to Roveniemi for those last 3 experiences) and so much more. Beware of temps lower than -20 degrees if going on snowmobiles as children are not allowed to travel in the sledge at that temp. (or lower)! Northern Lights aren't a given (of course) and we didn't get to see them; hopefully next time. The cabins all seem to have a sauna built in - try rolling in the snow & then going back in to the heat .… !! Huttuhippu restaurant has great food - try the reindeer, it really is as good as they say! It's about a 20 min drive to Luosto where there is more downhill skiing, a good sledging slope and the road in between is straight and empty :-) Remember to buy alcohol at the duty free shop on the way out as you can only buy beer at the supermarket and the hotels/restaurants won't let you take an unfinished bottle of wine away with you! If you want other alcohol you have to find a special shop (which we didn't come across) but if we had we would have also bought some Laplandia vodka … delicious & not for sale at the airport on the way home either. Food didn't seem as expensive as we were expecting - if you are self-catering you'll be fine. People are super-friendly and very helpful. We would definitely go back :-)
The place is a national park in the middle of crumbled down million-year old deceased mountains. It's totally mind-blowing. There's plenty to do for eveybody, like hiking, fishing, swimming, lazying, visiting an amethyst mine. Everything can be found on the spot. There is a supermarket for daily groceries and since it's mainly a winter resort, everything is roomy.