Syöte, Finland's southernmost fell region, is particularly popular with families. Syöte is known for its two downhill skiing slopes. Iso-Syöte was chosen as ski centre of the year 2012, and Pikku-Syöte has been lauded for its snowboarding parks
The Syöte National Park is an inviting place for skiing during the winter, and hiking and mountain biking in the summer. Nature safaris provide added entertainment. Hotel Iso-Syöte and Hotel Pikku-Syöte are located right next to the slopes, so you don't need a car. The Syöte Central Booking Office provides a handy way to make reservations for the area's extensive range of accommodation and activities. It's easy to get to Syöte, as it's only 140 kilometres from Oulu.
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The cream of Syöte's accommodation sits on top of the fell: Hotel Iso-Syöte.
Hotel Iso-Syöte is a popular venue for conferences and customer events. The hotel has three well-equipped conference rooms, the largest of which can accommodate 100 people.
Pikku-Syöte is a travel resort for youth and leisure activity in the middle of amazing fell scenery.
Children get to ski in their very own SnowWorld at the Iso-Syöte ski centre. Its wide slopes are particularly suited to children and first-time skiers.
Syöte, Finland's southernmost fell region, is particularly popular with families.
Syöte Central Booking Office
You can book 1,500 beds through the Syöte Central Booking Office, that is, the most extensive range of cottages, holiday apartments and hotel rooms in the region.
Syöte National Park
Syöte National Park derives its name from Finland's southernmost fell, Iso-Syöte.
Syöte Visitors Centre
The Syöte Visitors Centre is your gateway to the Syöte National Park.