Helsinki will provide people with skiing opportunities remarkably early this autumn as Kivikko Skiing Hall (Savikiekontie 4) opens its doors to skiers on Monday 5 October at 7.00.
The hall has brand-new snow and the tracks are in tip-top shape. You can ski e.g. under LED lights, making your skiing session even more enjoyable. The hall is opened at 7.00 in the morning as usual, allowing the most enthusiastic skiers to do a few laps before going to work.
Otherwise, the services of the skiing hall remain unchanged from recent years. In total, the two-storey skiing track with its ascent and descent is slightly over one kilometre long, consisting of an 850-m basic loop and a 200-m additional loop. The track width is 6–8 m, and the tracks are suited to both classic style and skating style. An after-ski sauna is always included in the entrance fee. If you need to store any items in the locker room, please make sure you have a 1 euro coin as a deposit for the locker. The lobby café of the hall is open every day from 7.00 to 20.00.
During the indoor skiing season, Kivikko Skiing Hall also offers the option to store skis. Additionally, during the hall’s opening hours, you can rent skis or use the hall’s various ski maintenance services.
Kivikko Skiing Hall entrance hours
Mon–Sun from 7.00 to 20.00
The skiing hall closes at 21.00.
Kivikko Skiing Hall prices
– single visit €14
– 5 visits €50 (+ €3 key card)
– 10 visits €90 (+ €3 key card)
– single visit €12
– 5 visits €40 (+ €3 key card)
– 10 visits €70 (+ €3 key card)
Children (ages 7–11)
– single visit €10
– 5 visits €30 (+ €3 key card)
– 10 visits €50 (+ €3 key card)
Family ticket for one adult and one child aged 7–11 €15
Children under the age of 7 can ski free of charge with a skiing adult who has purchased a ticket.
Foto: City of Helsinki