Aurora Tobogganing™

Upplev den magiska polarnatten och kälka längs Finlands längsta kälkbacke!

Aktiviteten börjar med en tur upp med stolhissen till toppen av Kaunispää fjället, varifrån man kan se Saariselkä byns vackra belysning från toppen. Kälkbacken har nu norrskens inspirerade ljus, som guidar dig ner från Kaunispää fjäll till dalen av Saariselkä.

Om du vill ha en guidad tur på Finlands längsta kälkbacke, kan du boka vår Aurora Tobogganing paket! Detta inkluderar två timmars hissbiljett till stolhissen, hjälm och en kälke.


 

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Toboggan slope and lift K6 closed

Due to warm weather and quickly melting snow we regret to inform that from 21 April 2021 onwards the toboggan slope (slope number 1), lift K6 and slopes 6 and 7 are closed. Closed slopes are marked with signs, and it is forbidden to use closed slopes due to safety reasons. There are rocks in the slopes causing possible safety hazards. 

We continuously follow the situation and inform in case the situation changes during the rest of the season. 

Updated slope information 

Open lifts: K1, i2, i3 and i4
Open slopes: 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

Updated 20.4.2021

Experience the longest toboggan run in Finland

Aurora Tobogganing™

Experience the magic of polar night and toboggan down the longest toboggan slope in Finland! The activity starts with a chair lift ride to the top of fell Kaunispää, from where Saariselkä’s city lights open in front of your eyes as a sea of sparkling lights. The toboggan slope is now illuminated with light art, just follow the aurora lights that guide you back down to the valley.

Information regarding Saariselkä sledding hill 

Saariselkä sledding / tobogganing slope is operated and maintained by Saariselkä Ski & Sport Resort, and thus open only during lift opening hours.

Toboggan rental

You can rent toboggans at several rental shops, hotels and Saariselkä Ski & Sport Resort’s rental point next to the valley station of the chairlift. There is a recycling point for broken toboggans at the bottom of the toboggan run next to Saariselkä chapel. Unlike previous years, there are no more free of charge toboggans due to the plastic waste and environmental issues caused by them.   

What is the toboggan slope like and whom is it suitable for? 

The toboggan run starts at its full length at the top of Kaunispää fell. However, we do not recommend starting from the top if you’re inexperienced with tobogganing in higher speed or if you’re tobogganing with small children. The slope is very fast and there are some challenging turns in the slope. After the start, the toboggan slope has two different routes. If you take right from the bridge, you can reach easier route back to the chairlift (crossing is after approximately 100m on the left side) and all the way down to Saariselkä Chapel. The toboggan slope’s lowest section by Saariselkä chapel is suitable for smaller children.

If you take left from the bridge, the route is illuminated with Aurora Experience light art during opening hours, and it is the more challenging route back to the chairlift.

Our general recommendation is that children of under 7 years share a toboggan with an adult who will control the speed of toboggan, and children under 13 years are always accompanied by an adult.

Toboggan slope lighting 

Route from bridge to Saariselkä chapel is not illuminated. Only the route back to the chairlift is illuminated, but only during lift opening hours. You can find our opening hours on our website: www.skisaariselka.com . The light art Aurora Experience illumination is at its best during polar night season from December to February. After this evenings become so light that the illumination is no longer visible during opening hours. The lights are not on after lifts close due to safety reasons, as snowcat and maintenance vehicles are operating in the slope after opening hours.

Can I go tobogganing in the night time? 

Snowcats and maintenance vehicles are operating in the slope after opening hours. Tobogganing outside the opening hours is strongly prohibited due to safety reasons. It is very difficult for the snowcat driver to see skiers or persons tobogganing in the dark due to a “cloud” of snow around the machine. Impacts of a collision between a person and a snowcat or another maintenance vehicle can be fatal.

How much does tobogganing cost?

There is currently no entry fee to the toboggan slope, but if you want to do lift assisted tobogganing, you need a ticket to the chairlift. You can purchase tickets at our Service Centre and restaurant Lieggâ Láávu located next to the valley station of the chairlift. You can buy single ascent tickets, longer tickets starting from 3 hours and 2 hours Aurora Tobogganing-packages.

Please see our tobogganing packages:

Aurora Tobogganing -ticketGuided Aurora Tobogganing package
Includes
  • 2 hours ticket to the chairlift
  • Toboggan rental
  • Helmet
  • Axess Smart Card
  • 1 guided run
  • Toboggan rental
  • Helmet
  • 2 hours ticket to the chairlift
  • Axess Smart Card
Price31€ adult, 23€ child 7-16y and senior 64+y51€ adult, 43€ child 7-16y and senior 64+y
Age limitSuitable for the whole family. 7 years olds share a toboggan with an adult, children below 13 years need to be accompanied by an adult.Suitable for the whole family. 7 years olds share a toboggan with an adult, children below 13 years need to be accompanied by an adult.
AvailabilityToboggan slope is open during the lift operating hours. Does not require prebooking!Guided Aurora Tobogganing is possible daily at 14:00. Prebooking is required latest at 16:00 o’clock the previous day.

You can purchase tobogganing tickets on our website:  https://skisaariselka.com/aurora-tobogganing/

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(Translated by Google) Good slopes but close too early (Original) Hyvät rinteet mutta sulkevat liian aikaisin Read more Read lessRoska Posti
Really nice place and nice staff. Read more Read lessJaakko Huovila
(Translated by Google) It has taken us a long time, you have to sell a kidney to ski one day, but I highly recommend it! I fell while running and hurt my wrist (wrist in English) but now it's okay. (Original) Ens ha agadat molt, has de vendre un ronyó per esquiar un dia, però ho recomano molt! Em vaig caure fent una carrera i em vaig fer mal al canyell (wrist en anglès) però ara ja està bé. Read more Read lessBerta Cortada
(Translated by Google) The best slopes ever! (Original) Parhaat rinteet koskaan! Read more Read lessHelmi Kauppinen
Slopes were in very good shape and there were not too many people on offseason Read more Read lessSami Sankala
(Translated by Google) The best place for the last snow of winter..feeling comfortable and at home and absolutely awesome staff. (Original) Paras paikka talven viimeisille lumillle..mukava ja kotoinen olo ja aivan mahtava henkilökunta. Read more Read lessJuha Huittinen
(Translated by Google) Absolutely awesome place 😍 friendly service, big thanks to Petter from the ski school 👍 I recommend to everyone and we will visit again! 🙂 (Original) Aivan mahtava paikka 😍 ystävällinen palvelu, Petterille hiihtokoulusta isot kiitokset 👍 suosittelen kaikille ja me tullaan käymään uudestaan! 🙂 Read more Read lessAndrei V
(Translated by Google) Very good slopes (Original) Tosi hyvät rinteet Read more Read lessJimi
Nice place, especially kids of loved the two kilometer long sledding hill Read more Read lessMatti Leino
(Translated by Google) Great hills (Original) Mahtavat mäet Read more Read lessKalle Lindberg
(Translated by Google) A fine place (Original) Hieno paikka Read more Read lessArttu Härmänmaa
(Translated by Google) The slopes were in really good condition. The rental company worked in specials. very. (Original) Rinteet oli tosi hyvässä kunnossa. Vuokraamon toimi erit. hyvin. Read more Read lessTimo Väliaho
(Translated by Google) Well-functioning slope complex. (Original) Hyvin toimiva rinnekokonaisuus. Read more Read lessPasi H
asiantunteva palvelu, rento meininki Read more Read lesspauliina pohjola
🍺🍗 Read more Read lessJani Näslund

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