YllaStar II was constructed by Samira.fi, the largest investor of property in the Finnish Lapland region, constructed in 2007, and finished to a very high standard, Apartment 409 is situated at one end of the development, to the rear, on the 1st floor, so guaranteeing privacy, and no disturbance from the lit car park.
Overlooking the X Country ski tracks, this is truly a ski in, ski out apartment, once inside 409, a warm welcome awaits you, with under floor heating constantly holding the temperature at a comfortable 18 c, viewing Arctic Lapland from the comfort of the open plan living area , is a pleasure too, I have often found it possible to watch the village reindeer grazing on the lichen in between the pine trees, and the red squirrels remembering where they stored their Winter source of food.
Take a skiing holiday in Ylläs for a huge choice of winter activities including exhilarating reindeer, husky and snowmobile safaris. The skies this far North are especially clear, ideal for witnessing the magical (Aurora Borealis).
Ski in Yllas resort and you'll find two traditional villages, fifteen minutes apart, connected by shuttle bus. Non skiers have fun skiing in Ylläs with snowmobile safaris, Icelandic horse riding, visits to meet Santa and much more.
Beginner skiing in Yllas
An ideal resort in which to learn to ski or board. Uncrowded perfectly groomed slopes, small classes and friendly English speaking instructors.
Intermediate skiing in Yllas
Great area for early intermediates with wide flattering runs and no lift queues.
Advanced skiing in Yllas
Limited challenges but some good off-piste snow conditions.
Snowboarding in Yllas
2 floodlit snow parks with jumps, a super-pipe and boarder-cross course.
Cross-country skiing in Yllas
Excellent for all ability levels with refreshment huts and unlimited trails in wonderful scenery.
Beyond all of this, awaits the Pallas -Yllastunturi National Park , with it's unique Seven Fells, so it is entirely up to you, how much or how little , you choose to do...And indeed, which Season to visit, as Mother Nature always has something to offer you.
Why not visit one of the last great wildernesses on Earth?