YLLAS, FINLAND. A resort created by two distinct villages - Akaslompolo and Ylläsjarvi - on either side of a smooth, treeless mountain. It is the largest ski resort in Finland with some 63 slopes, also boasting the longest runs to be found in the country. And the views from the pistes, across the other seven rugged fells which make up Pallas-Ylläs National Park (close to the Swedish border) will similarly sustain you. It's peaceful, it's outrageously pretty and the ski hill is often all your...
Ylläs Valley. Trek from hilltop to hilltop through the arctic fells along Finland's first hiking trail. Here you can enjoy hiking or skiing through the wilds, but still find welcoming lodgings for comfortable overnight stays in historic Lappish villages. This part of Lapland has the freshest air in Europe.