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The Ski School’s mascot, Werneri, will make sure kids have a super time on the slopes. They usually do special classes over the Christmas, half term and Easter school holidays, where you can book two hour sessions over two days, which gives the little ones time to pick up the basics as well as leaving lots of time to enjoy the rest of the resort. Children need to be aged 5+ for ski lessons and 7+ for snowboarding lessons. If the weather is below -25°C, ski school will be closed.
Ski Saariselkä Oy Kullanhuuhtojantie 99830 Saariselkä Finland
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Travelling tutors, exam revision & lesson plans. Saariselkä school tuition for ski holidays.
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Saariselkä day and evening care plus snow ski schools and babysitting.
Families are well cared for in Saariselkä. On the slopes there's a Kidspark for children aged three to eight, open 9am to 3pm six days a week (not Sunday). Children's ski school operates for kids aged 4 to 14. Children aged seven and under ski free provided they wear a ski helmet (provided free of charge). Most of the terrain is family friendly and there's a special children's run. Indoor day care is available but is at an expensive hourly rate. Families will enjoy many of the facilities, activities and excursions that can be enjoyed together, normally meaning a rewarding and bonding trip for all! Dog sledding, reindeer safaris, gold panning or a visit to the igloo village or to meet Santa in his secret home are all especially magical for children. The excellent swimming complex and unintimidating ski area are also first rate for families, accommodation is good and the food selection also first rate for families.
3 stars out of 5 overall