Corona-info – Impact of corona virus in Pyhä tourist region

Information about the Corona-measures in Pyhä and about how the coronavirus situation is affecting Pyhä area will be updated here.
Situation on Monday 30.3.

Bus timetable will change from 14th of April
Current information on the corona situation in Finland

Pyhä Ski Resorts was closed on Monday 23rd of March 2020

Pyhä ski resorts was closed for the ski season on Monday 23 March 2020. New reservations for Ski-Inn accommodation won't be made. Unused lift tickets and payments for rental equipment will be returned to customers.

We thank everyone for the past winter season and welcome our guests to enjoy the joy of snow and skiing next season. Summer opening hours will be announced later.

Opening goal for Pyhä’s ski slopes is the 19th of November 2020. See you at the slopes then.


Please, check out which services are still open:

Hygiene plays a central role in preventing the coronavirus to outbreak. Please take care of your hand-hygiene. Avoid close contact with other people like unnecessary handshakes, hugs and cuddles.

    Some of the cross-country skiing tracks are still open. Please, check the updated situation:

    Prevent the spread of coronavirus. On March 17, 2020, the Regional State Administrative Agencies in Finland have also stated that public meetings will be limited to 10 people.

    Due to these decisions, we will cancel following events:

    • All events organized by Pyhä Ski Resort have been cancelled.
    • All slope activities by Pyhä Ski Resort and Pyhä Ski School have been cancelled.
    • Sportbar Pyhä have been canceled live music events until April 13, 2020, otherwise Sportbar will serve normally.


    For accommodation bookings, please contact the accommodation unit where your reservation was made.

    If you have booked accommodation at the Hotel Pyhätunturi or the Pyhä Ski-Inn Apartments (PyhäSuites and PyhäLinna), please contact us in writing about any change requests to The reservation can be postponed until the day of arrival and you can decide later when your holiday will settle down.

    How should I act if I bought lift tickets or rental equipment in advance and are now left unused?

    From unused lift tickets and rental equipment purchases will be refunded in full for the customers. However, at this stage of the season, season passes are not refunded. Pyhä rental shops serve customers daily until March 28th 9:15-18:15. Please return the equipment you have rented to the same rental shop you picked them up. There you will also receive a refund for days that are left unused due to closing the slopes.

    Ski passes and rental equipment purchased online will be fully refunded to the customer if canceled before the first day of use. In case of any cancellations, please contact

    Check the timetable for Rovaniemi-Luosto-Pyhä bus.

    If you are suspected of having coronavirus or seasonal influenza infection that requires treatment while you’re in the Pyhä, immediately contact healthcare provider by phone and follow the instructions you have received. Pelkosenniemi health center appointment 040-563 8131. Do not spread a potential virus by visiting your health center but wait and follow the instructions given on the phone.

    In case you are facing a normal flu symptoms and there are no doubt of corona infection, you may stay at home treatment. Please do not spread exposure to others by restricting your visits to public areas. Avoid contact with other people and crowded places.

    More information about the Current coronavirus situation in Finland: