|The new Pyhälinna -apartments|
The second phase of Pyhälinna-project is in progress. The two new Pyhälinna’s (D & E) will increase Pyhä Ski-Inn's capacity with 50 beds and they will be available for customers for Christmas 2019. Pyhä is adventures in the slopes and in the national park. Experience Pyhä, it is an experience that has a long-lasting impact.
|Sunday Morning ResortSunday Morning Resort is an exclusive lakeside holiday resort, surrounded by a peaceful forest. The resort is located about 5 min drive away from Pyhä. Business is based the principles of sustainable tourism. Sunday Morning Resort is carbon neutral due to our eco-friendly heating systems and resorts healty 6 acre forest, which works as a carbon sink. Read more about our sustainability program. The resort consists of a spacious and stylish main lodge and four hotel apartments, all the interiors are newly renovated.|
Parkside Pyhä -apartments will be opened at the beginning of December 2019. Parkside Pyhä is located between Family slopes and the Pyhä-Luosto National Park border. In the first phase, 8 similar apartments of approximately 90 m² will be completed in four semi-detached houses. Each apartment has two single rooms, a living room, a well-equipped kitchen, a storage room and a private sauna. At the north end of the apartments there is a covered glass terrace where from it's comfortable to observe the scenery at different times of the year. The total number of accommodation units will be 26 apartments. The apartments always include bedlinen and daily cleaning. Other amenities include: smart TV and free Wi-Fi. Breakfast is available by request.
The Family Adventure slope area was renovated for last winter and this season the development continues. At the national park's side of the new Huttu-lift there will be a new hut with large windows and a fireplace. Next to the new hut there will also be a new sledding hill and a carousel sleigh. Also the nearby graffiti house with its aurora borealis paintings has been renovated.
|Huttu-ukko's art route on the top of Pyhä|
Feel the Peak Experience was given a new attraction during the fall, as Huttu-ukko's art route has opened to the top of Pyhä. The art route consists of wooden sculptures made by a local artist Tapio Uusitalo. The art pieces are impressive due to their amazing landscape in the background, large size and small detail, making them especially nice for taking pictures. On the route there are also possibly the finest swings in Finland. During winter season the sculptures will be wearing their snowy winter suits. The route is accessible by both walking and skiing. Get to know the Feel the Peak Experience at https://pyha.fi/en/skiresort/top-adventure
|Antti Autti's freeriding trips for juniors
The first freeriding session for juniors hosted by Antti Autti was held during last winter holidays. This season the sessions will take place again during winter holidays, as Antti takes the juniors with him to get to know free riding around Pyhä's lift powder areas. These sessions have no age limitations, but basic skills riding slopes and going up with a t-bar lift are required. During these trips Antti shows good and easy places to learn free riding basics around Pyhä. Both skiers and snowboarders are welcomed to attend. The registration opens later, and it will be informed on Pyhä's website and social media channels.
|Huttu-ukko Challenge to become a part of The Original Free'kend
Pyhä's free riding event concept renovates for oncoming season. Formerly an event for younger riders – Junior Free'kend – will now become a part of The Original Freekend thus making the event open for the whole family. In addition the competition schedule changes, as Huttu-ukko Challenge that debuted last year replaces the Joker Ride -contest. The unmaintained Huttu-ukko slope and the tree ride area around it will provide excellent conditions for a free riding contest. New hut at the bottom of the slope will make the contest great also for spectators. The legendary Aittakuru freeriding contest will still stay in the event schedule, of course.