UP-TO-DATE SLOPE INFO
|1||Eturi||610m / 105m||open||Laajis Snowpark|
|2||Auris||870m / 105m||being prepared, open 6.2.||Junnuparkki|
|3||Pateri||530m / 45m||open|
|4||Veturi||80m / 10m||open||Laajis Snowland|
|5||Pikkuri||90m / 5m||open||Laajis Snowland|
|6||Pulkkari||60m / 10m||open||Laajis Snowland|
|7||Kilparinne||200m / 60m||open, only for club practice||moguls, only for club practice|
|8||Länkkäri (West)||530m / 80m||open|
|9||Takarinne (Back)||440m / 80m||open|
|10||Killeri||550m / 80m||open||natural snow slope|
|11||Koukkari I||690m / 80m||open||natural snow slope|
|12||Koukkari II||700m / 80m||open||natural snow slope|
|13||Wild West||600m / 80m||open||natural snow backcountry slope|
|4||Jaffa lift||magic carpet||open|
|6||Kilpari lift||anchor||open, only club practice|
|7||Snow carousel||carousel||season to start soon|
|A||Wild West backcountry||Backcountry slope towards "the wilderness"||open|
|B||Laajis Snowpark||Setup at Eturi slope||open|
|C||FIS moguls||moguls, at Kilparinne slope||open, only for club practise|
|D||Junnuparkki snowpark||Setup at Auris slope||season to start soon|
|F||Ski School||Courses and entries||open for entries|
|G||XC-skiing tracks & Lean-tos||Cross-country track info||groomed tracks|
|H||Early season ski track||Info||open, no ski fee|
|I||IceCross track||Track at Auris slope||closed|
|J||Mini moguls||Mini moguls at Eturi slope||closed|
Ski resort in the city!
Altogether you'll find 13 slopes (and a sledding hill), 6 lifts and 4 snowparks for all different levels at Laajis. The slopes are diverse from beginner-level to black diamond moguls slope. For the new season many of our slope profiles have been further shaped. At the back slopes you'll find the backcountry slope Wild West.
Eturi, the front slope, has been reshaped during summer and here you'll find features for alpine and freestyle skiing as well as for snowboarders.
Laajis Snowland is a 3-slope combination fitting for beginners and smaller family members. In Snowland there's also a sledding hill.
On the western hillside behind Laajavuori, are Takarinne (Back), Länkkäri (West) and Wild West, but also 3 natural snow slopes, Koukkari I & II and Killeri, that cross through the old spruce forest. Koukkari II is the longest at 700m and Killeri being the steepest, both fantastic experiences to enjoy.
Color-codes of slopes
Slopes are rated with different colors based by level of difficulty:
|Green||Learning / Beginner|