Snow Princess Hotel

Address: Yllasjarvi, Lapland, Finland | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Yllasjarvi, is near Yllas Ski Resort.
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Travel Blogs from Yllasjarvi

Snow Day

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 30, 2014

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The temperature had risen again throughout the night and was now up to -9c. And with warmer temperature comes the snow too. It looked like it snowed throughout night and it was still snowing, the car was barely visible under the blanket of snow.

After some breakfast, David needed to get outside and start clearing the snow again. There must have been about 15cm of snow so it took over an hour to clear the car, driveway and ...

Back to the Ice Hole

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 29, 2014

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... hydrated. After the sauna, everyone heads to the nearby Selvä Pyy for beer club part of the evening. We were given a Finnish IPA, a Danish APA and finally a trappist monk beer. The first two were nice, but the last beer was weird, really strong and tasted of bananas so we decided to have a couple of Fullers winter ale's afterwards to take the taste out our mouths.

While David was out, Maria was finishing off creating photo books from a few years ...

On the Slopes Again

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 28, 2014

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... Eve.

Maria's dad, Janne, drove us to the ski resort which meant we could both have our boots on ready. The cold was countered with six layers of clothing on upper body and a triple layer for the legs - it felt a bit like being the Michelin Man, but we were warm.

Although it was so cold, without wind it was surprisingly comfortable and we could get away without wearing goggles. Even though the slopes are floodlit, with the fading ...

A Walk in the Cold

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Dec 27, 2014

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... dog, on her lap, Maria was steering and David was precariously balancing on the rails at the back. Whether it was the combined weight or the road conditions or a combination of both, we started to pick up speed alarmingly quickly. Then it got the speed wobbles, Joonas thought we'd tip over, but somehow we managed to just make it round the final bend onto the flat section. Our sigh of relief was short lived, we were then heading straight for an oncoming car. The efforts ...

Husky Safari and Aurora Borealis Sighting

A travel blog entry by wareameye on Jan 24, 2013

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... of us has a slight mishap, as one foot breaks through the ice into the stream, but we get him all dried out by the fire before carrying on.

After returning to the husky farm, we have the chance to hold some of the puppies, and learn about their life in this cold climate. They are well cared for, and many live to about 18 years or more.

Later in the day several of us go to a shop near the border with Sweden. More amazing ...