Opening goal for Family slope is the first week of December.
In Luosto ski resort, you will have the choice between seven slopes and powder snow runs. The slopes are particularly suitable for those who enjoy a relaxed pace. All slope activities conveniently revolve around the slope restaurant. Early in the season, the action focuses on the slope areas served by the Kantahissi and Perhehissi lifts. The Kantakierto slope offers the skier the longest run – nearly a kilometre and a half amid magnificent scenery. You can keep an eye on what is happening on the street and children’s tobogganing slope from the slope restaurant. During family weeks, organised activities are offered on the Kantarinne slope. If you are looking for a challenge, you will find it on Kilparinne and Aurinkorinne slopes. At the bottom station of the Aurinkohissi lift, you can enjoy your own snacks at the Nunnukka Lappish hut.
Tracks & slopes;
7 slopes and connecting routes - 3 lifts
Run lengths 400-1,500 m
Height differences 60-225 m
Total distance of maintained slopes approx. 7 km
Lift capacity 2,500 persons/hr
1 Ski pass, 3 Resorts! With a valid Luosto ski pass you can also enjoy the slopes at Olos and Pallas without any extra charge. Includes all pass types.
Cross-country skiing; For cross-country skiers, Luosto has 150 km of maintained tracks. Tracks that will take you around the fell start right at Lapland Hotel Luostotunturi’s log cabins. Pyhä-Luosto offers tracks for both traditional and skating-style skiing. A track connecting Luosto to Pyhä via Kopara will also be kept open.