LAPPONIA SKI WEEK
Lapponia Ski Week 2022 was organised on 4.-8.4.2022.
The next Lapponia Ski Weeks are planned to be:
11.-14.4.2023 (skiing days Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday)
8.-12.4.2024 (skiing days Monday, Wednesday and Friday)
7.-11.4.2025 (skiing days Monday, Wednesday and Friday)
Organized annually in April, Lapponia Ski Week brings together hundreds of cross-country skiers from all around the world to the amazing fells of West Lapland. Lapponia offers unforgettable skiing in unique scenery, with sunshine and snow galore, and great company of old and new friends.
Since 1978 Lapponia Ski Week challenges skiers of all levels to test their limits and have fun. With three different distances, full and half races to choose from, your skiing week will be full of superb trails from magical forests to wide open lakes and fells with challenging weather conditions.
All races run towards Olos in Muonio. Trails include both classic anf free style tracks all the way and you can use both styles. Lapponia Ski Week is a unique opportunity to enjoy skiing in scenery beyond and above your everyday trails. You can take your pick among the individual races or participate in a week competition.
Olos is the hub of Lapponia Ski Week where you find the race office. Take a look at our routes and classes and choose your week's trails. Information on accommodation in Muonio area available here. If you have car at your service, you might want to check what ski resorts Pallas, Levi, Ylläs and Hetta has to offer.
Lapponia Ski Week is organized by the non-profit association Lapponia Hiihto ry. The association wants to support cross-country skiing as sport and encourage future generations to develop a healthy lifestyle. Furthermore, Lapponia Ski Week helps local actors such as sport and youth clubs. The majority of our Ski Event staff are volunteering members of local clubs and communities in Muonio. We are proud to support the local communities!
Welcome to Lapponia Ski Week! Join and follow us on Facebook and Instagram for latest updates. You find us by name Lapponia-hiihto.