Sallainen Cabins, Salla

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Location - where is Sallainen Cabins

· at the base of the Salla Fell, next to Lake Keselmä · 5 minutes' walk to the lifts, ski school and rental shop · 12 minutes' walk to the pick up point for the Reindeer Park activities · 5 minutes' walk to the bar, restaurant and spa at the Hotel Revontuli · 1 minute's walk to the sports centre with a kids' play corner and fitness classes (extra charge)

Overview - hotel description - Sallainen Cabins description

The Sallainen Cabins are modern, semi-detached cabins at the base of the Salla Fell. It's just a short walk to the slopes and each of the cabins has a private sauna to warm up in after a day of skiing.

If you're looking to try some cross country skiing, the trails are right outside. Or for husky rides and reindeer sleigh rides, the Reindeer Park is a few minutes drive away. In the main building, you can get free internet on the guest computer and there's a café and a small gift shop selling Lappish arts and crafts, jewellery and animal hides.

Facilities - Sallainen Cabins features

· free WiFi throughout · individual ski storage cupboards · warming hut with wood fire and free firewood · café and gift shop selling local arts, crafts and jewellry

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

All cabins have a fully equipped kitchenette with microwave, fridge, freezer and coffee maker; bathroom with shower, WC and private sauna; drying cabinet for clothes, living area with flatscreen TV and free internet. Bed linen, towels and end-of-stay cleaning are included.

Type C Apartment - sleeps 1-4: Twin bedroom and living room with double sofa bed.

Meals - food and drink in Sallainen Cabins

We update Sallainen Cabins's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Salla - about holidays in Salla - about ski holidays in Salla - about ski holidays in Salla Finland / Lapland

Authentic Lapland experience Fantastic scenery A host of wintery activities

‘Finnish’ a skiing week in Lapland and you’ll look back on a peacefully packed-out week with a camera full-to-bursting. Salla’s small bunch of runs will get you on skis for the first time or perfecting your slalom down one of the trickiest runs in Finland. Don’t just go for the skiing because things like Reindeer safaris, ice fishing and husky rides are what really make a holiday here so unique…

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Northern Lights Cross country

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Kuusamo1 hr 30 mins 155km
Rovaniemi2 hr 200km
Region:Finland, Eastern Lapland
First opened:1857

Salla lift pass price last reported as High Season: £153, Low Season £138 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Sallainen Cabins.
Night skiing: Yes
Salla has facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - May.

Town altitude: 120m
Top of slopes: 350m
Bottom of piste: 120m
Vertical drop: 230m
Total length of trails:19 km
Longest piste:1.3km
Staying in Salla is all about stepping into the stuff of Christmas cards and spending a week on the same wavelength as nature. The tourist office describe it as being ‘faraway Lapland’ and ‘in the middle of snowhere’ – north of the Arctic Circle and close to the Russian border, it really is (on a clear day you can see over to Russia at the top of the slopes). Salla is less well known than the bigger Lappish resorts of Levi and Ylläs and with the midnight sun in summer as well as spectacular views of the...
“Tunturi” is the word describing the treeless mountains that make up some of the ski areas in Finland. There isn’t a massive amount of skiing in the Sallatunturi but this is the beauty of the place as it encourages you to try other activities and enjoy the peace and quiet. The children’s nursery slope is at resort level near the Keloravintola restaurant, where kids can warm up with a pizza after ski school. There are 5 blues – mostly on the far side of the mountain, where the Itärinne and Pohjoisrinne r...
As the home of Father Christmas, the best thing about Lapland is being able to get down to some seriously wintery activities. Start with a Husky ride across the pristine Finnish landscape. You can also snowmobile as a passenger or driver and take part in a hut safari ride. Guided tours are available in the day and under a starry sky. The Reindeer Tour is a great one for children and if they’re very good, they can even visit Santa’s secret cottage. The Northern Light reindeer ride won’t be one you’ll forge...

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