A HOLIDAY IN A MODERN LAPPISH VILLAGE
Would you like to stay in the thick of all action, close to the slopes and interesting events and activities? Our traditional fell hotel Lapland Hotel Sirkantähti, opening up for a new season in November 2012, welcomes guests with whole new look. We offer 70 refurbished hotel rooms with private saunas. The reception, café and restaurant, newly decorated in warm tones, now merge to form a continuous, bright and spacious area.
The hotel is open 4.7.2013 - 30.9.2013 and 1.11.2013-
N 67° 48.427'
E 24° 48.252'
tel. +358 16 323 500
fax +358 16 323 5520
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What is happening
at Levi right now
A MODERN LAPP VILLAGE
LeviThere is so much to do in Levi. The versatile services of this international ski resort are within your reach, and it will be easy to forget your everyday worries in its action-packed and easy-going atmosphere. The pulse of the fell village is slow in the mornings, picks up speed during the day, and beats in time in with dance music in the evenings. You will have plenty of activities and entertainment to choose from in this World Cup status ski resort.
THE CRADLE OF THE SAMI CULTURE, A HIKER’S PARADISE
HettaIn Hetta, the Sámi culture and its traditions are alive and strong. In this scenic village on Lake Ounasjärvi, you can forget your everyday worries and replenish your energy on the magnificent ski tracks and hiking trails. On the Norwegian side of the border a short drive from Hetta, you will find the Sámi village of Kautokeino.
THE HIGHEST PEAKS, THE SPARKLIEST SNOW
KilpisjärviIn the scenic plateau of Kilpisjärvi, the steep cliffs of Saana rise up out of Lake Kilpisjärvi. Further away Halti, the highest fell in Finland, stands out as a challenge to hikers. The village of Kilpisjärvi has is a welcoming tourist centre that offers experiences in every season. The fell village is set amidst breathtaking scenery right on the border with Norway and Sweden. In this region are found the only fells in Finland that exceed 1,000 metres in height. The snow lingers here well into the summer. Every June, a skiing competition is part of the traditional midsummer celebrations on Saana. True Lapland is an extensive and diverse region that boasts attractions shaped by both nature and mankind. It is well worth several visits.
A VILLAGE OF LOG CABINS
LuostoLuosto is a fell rising 514 metres in the municipality of Sodankylä, 30 kilometres southeast of the village of Sodankylä. It is part of Pyhä-Luosto National Park. There are two ski resorts in the Luosto area: Luosto and Perheluosto. The National Parks here are natural treasure chests. One of the best parks is Pyhä-Luosto, which includes one of the most beautiful areas of Lapland. Pyhä-Luosto National Park is particularly well-known for its 35-kilometre chain of fells. Lampivaara, in the middle of the park, is an amethyst mine, the only gemstone mine in the world that welcomes visitors.
Lapland Hotel Sirkantähti is open between 1.11.2013 – 1.5.2014 and 3.7.2014 - 28.9.2014.