First snow season 2020-2021 has ended 8.1.2021, and all ski tracks can be now used free of charge. First snow season 2020-2021 lasted for 77 days (23.10.2020-8.1.2021). 

The track is build with the snow from previous winter which is conserved during summer. The cross-country track covers areas around Ukonniemi Stadium. The first snow ski track offers challenges for both leisure skiers and athletes.  Read more about the routes from "Skiing tracks".

The shooting range located in Uko​nniemi Stadium offers professional opportunities also for biathletes.

Welcome to ski in Imatra!

Current news

  • First snow season 2020-2021 has ended 8.1.2021, and all ski tracks can be now used free of charge. First snow season 2020-2021 lasted for 77 days (23.10.2020-8.1.2021). 

  • Conditions for all ski tracks in Imatra can be found here

Skiing tracks

The track has sections for both professional (2.8 km) and recreational (1.9 km) skiers. Starting point at Ukonniemi Stadium.

Track info

Ukonniemen testausasema

Ukonniemen testausasema palvelee hiihtäjiä aivan ladun äärellä ja tarjoaa mahdollisuuden testata räjähtävää voimaa, nopeutta ja ketteryyttä, kestävyyttä sekä kehonkoostumusta. Suorat kestävyystestit suoritetaan huippumodernilla K5 hengityskaasuanalysaattorilla.

Testausasemalle

Ukonniemi

The Ukonniemi area in Imatra is a perfect setting for an active holiday.  The services of the Imatra city centre are a little more than five kilometres away from Ukonniemi and Ukonniemi is only a two-hour train ride away from Helsinki.

Ukonniemi info

Accommodation

Nearby the first snow track there are various possibilities for accommodation and few of those are located just along the first snow ski tracks.

 

Accommodation info