Ski Tracks in Lahti Region

Lahti Region offers hundreds of kilometres of ski tracks from family tracks to World Cup level.

In Asikkala there are ski tracks for both beginners and experts. At Vesivehmaa Jenkkapirtti area there are flat family tracks and at Aurinkovuori the track profile is more demanding.

Tracks available at the Hartola Golf course, Gastahaus-Camping Koskenniemi and in Liikuntamaja area.

Ski tracks in Heinola leave from the Heinola trotting centre from where also the connection route to the Heinola church village church. The illuminated Ilvesreitti track runs from Jyränkö to the Finnish Sports Institute in Vierumäki. Shorter tracks can be found around the city. There are also fire places along some routes.

In Vierumäki the illuminated skiing trails range from a three-kilometre track to the 25-kilometre Ilvesreitti track. The ski trails include both easy tracks suitable for the whole family and hillier routes that offer more challenges. There is also a children’s track around the athletic field. The tracks undergo daily maintenance. The ski season begins at Vierumäki considerably earlier than elsewhere in southern Finland, thanks to efficient snowmaking machinery.

There are about 100 km of ski tracks in Hollola. Most of the tracks, like Messilä, Heinsuo and Tiirismaa, are connected to the Salpausselkä track networks. So You can also ski from Messilä to Lahti Sports Centre. Here you can find the map of ski tracks >>

The ski track starts from Mankala and goes all the way through the whole Iitti, via Kausala, around Lake Urajärvi to Lyöttilä.

The terrain of Salpausselkä ridge offers a great opportunity for skiing. The ski tracks are easily accessible all around the city and also from the city centre, via Lahti Sports Centre. The most demanding, World Cup level tracks are located around Lahti Sports Centre. The easier family tracks are located around Tapanila Ski Hut. You can check the updated ski track map here.

Pajulahti Olympic Training Center in Nastola, Lahti offer ski tracks from 1 to 8.3 km, free and traditional (partially illuminated). Ski tracks are connected by the track across the lake to the trails of Nastola (illuminated by 8.8 km and 5 km), when the weather permits. Here you can find the map of ski tracks in Pajulahti >>

There are several ski tracks starting from the Padasjoki church village for example to Kullasvuori. Tracks also in Saksala and Kirkkolampi.

In Ohrasaari there are ski tracks for both free and traditional style skiers, the length of tracks are 1-3 km. If the weather permits, there are also ski tracks on ice. F.ex. from the new port of Suopelto, the trail takes to Pyydysniemi and Päijätsalo.