Small visitors take priority at Levi. There are versatile opportunities for play both outdoors
and indoors, and there is also a spa for the whole family to ensure that you will not run out
of things to do even if you grow temporarily tired of playing in the snow. The restaurants at
Levi have all taken children into account and many activities have special rules for this most
important group of Levi-goers. The fell offers many opportunities for experiencing and
learning new things about winter and winter sports in a safe and fun way.
Children’s summer programme 12.6.–11.8.2017
All children’s programmes are free and the smallest children take part together with their parents. The programme is intended for Levi visitors. Get the programme in PDF format.
Children’s Adventure Park
The Adventure Park, which is a part of Levi’s Activity Park, allows you to experience a fullyfledged fell adventure in a way that is perfectly safe! There is a special course for children 4–6 years old that they can experience with an adult.
Children’s traffic park and playground
Always keep your eyes on the road!
The bouldering wall is climbed without ropes or harnesses by simply moving from one grip
to the next. The youngest climbers are six years old. Rent your bouldering shoes from the Activity Park.
Children’s Playhouse Inka & Niko
The Children’s Playhouse at the spa is no small play corner, but a space of nearly 300 square metres filled with all sorts of fun things from bouncing castles, ball pools and jungle gyms to play cars and toys. Parents are always responsible for their kids as they enjoy themselves in the Playhouse.
Admire the fell landscape while zooming down a summer sledding track. You can be a solitary speed devil or team up with a friend on a two-seater. Sledders under six years of age can ride free of charge in the company of an adult.
Gondoli2000 cabin lift
The Activity Park is also home to the Gondoli2000 cabin lift that offers a spectacular view over the pristine lake areas and the neighbouring fells of Pallas, Aakenus, Olos and Ylläs.
Visitors under six years of age can get on the lift free of charge in the company of an adult. Take in the unique view on the Peak Trail or enjoy a delicious meal on the terrace of Restaurant Palovartija (Fire Warden). You can also go on a hike on the fell and come back down using your return ticket on the Express lift on the Front Slopes, for example.
The disc golf scene at Levi has moved up to a new level with the new courses on the fell. You can even spend the entire nightless night throwing discs as the courses are freely available 24/7. The challenging Levi Black offers a long (over 2.6 km) disc golfing adventure on the fellside.
Express cabin lift
The Express lift provides great views over the village of Sirkka and the nearby lakeland. To get back down, you can take the lift again, hike down the fell, use the summer sledding track or take the Gondoli2000 cabin lift. Visitors under six years of age can take the lift free of charge in the company of an adult.
Let the battle on the mini green begin! The course contains 18 easy holes with a little bit of a challenge sprinkled in.
Rental equipment available at the Activity Park includes fatbikes, downhill, freeride and enduro bikes, disc golf discs, skateboards, tennis rackets and minigolf clubs. The Zero Point rents out mountain bikes, fatbikes, Nordic walking poles, roller skates and hiking backpacks.
Kids and Leevi
Levi’s winters are about downhill and cross-country skiing while the summers offer sledding, outdoor fun and guided programmes. You should also say hello to Leevi, the Levi mascot, even though he can be a bit shy!
Families on the slopes
Free lifts, Kids Land and the Leevilandia playground, children’s own skiing school, delicious food and the finest friends… Here it all begins!
South Park Levi
Levi has two parking areas: Street on the Front Slopes and the new South Park at Lift 9. South Park Junior has also been opened! The slopes for juniors and beginners are found in Kids Land and Leevilandia.
Kids Land on the Front Slopes
An area by the Front Slopes that playful kids can call their own. A warm hut, free weekly programme and Stiga sleds and pulks for having fun. Traditional Poma lifts for beginners. There is also an indoor day care spot called Tenavatokka for the smallest visitors.