Lapland Hotel Pallas

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Pallas counts among its charms magnificent scenery, a relaxed atmosphere and the hotel’s own ski resort with a weekly programme of activities. In addition to guided ski treks, wintertime visitors can bathe in the lakeshore sauna of Vatikuru and dip in a refreshing swimming hole in the ice. The best plan in the summertime is to just follow your nose!

There will be no shortage of activities in Pallas: the hotel saunas are hot every day, and the visitors are welcomed by the cosy living areas and library to which past visitors have contributed by leaving their books for others to share. In the spring, you can pass your evenings in pleasant company dancing at the restaurant or enjoying the music provided by troubadours.

Weekly program for summer 2014

Pallas experiences in summer

Pallas area is full of activities also in the summertime. Hotel's own weekly program introduces you to the best destinations and hiking trails. With the help of our activity tips you can easily plan your holiday week the way you want. Familiarize yourself with the program, plan your stay in Pallas and feel the nature - it's waiting for you!

Please find the weekly program for summer 2014 here »

Pallaksen Pöllöt weekly program for fall 2014

Pallas experiences in fall

After the summer, Pallaksen Pöllöt return to the fells in anticipation of the coming winter. They’ll take you to places you wouldn’t have believed to exist in Finland. During the evenings, you can sit at the fire, sing, dance and enjoy the company. With the help of Pallaksen Pöllöt's weekly program we believe you'll truly enjoy your vacation in Lapland.

Please find our weekly program for fall 2014 here »

Pallaksen Pöllöt weekly program, spring 2015

Lapland experiences

We will take you to places that you would never discover on your own in the extensive national park. Every year, twenty warm-hearted guides ski around the slopes and tracks of Pallas. They are ski instructors who, year after year, help to make our guests’ dreams come true. The tradition of these guides goes back nearly 50 years. Talk to them about planning your holiday activities – your imagination is the only limit.

»Please find the weekly program for spring 2015 here