Info about skitrack and sledding

Updated 18/04/2022

The ski season is over 18.04.2022!

Dear ski friends! 

In Jõulumäe, you can ski on a 2 km long cross-country ski course, made from artificial snow, in free and classical technique. You can also choose shorter laps. 

The ski course starts from the stadium, please follow the directions.

The course is illuminated every day until 9 pm (until April 1, 2022).

Please keep the ski course clean and do not use it for walking, cycling, sledding, snowboarding etc.

There is no snow for skiing on the 10 km ski trail with natural snow.

Attention! As natural snow is significantly more sensitive to foot, paw, sled, bike tracks etc, we ask you to only ski on the ski trails, not to move there in any other way.

Hiking and running trails with permanent markings are excellent for walking, the choice of which is wide in the Jõulumäe forest – from a 500-meter running circle to a 25-kilometer hiking trail. Walking sticks can be rented from the reception in the main house.

Cross-country ski rental is open every day from 11 am to 8 pm. For more information about ski rental can be found HERE (info in Estonian).

Washing and dressing rooms (1€ / person) can be used in main building.

In the main house: hot drinks, soft drinks, sweets, ice cream.

NB! The Yellow and the Blue disc golf course are closed for the winter season from 6 December 2021.

Have a nice ski season!

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2 km cross-country ski course
10 km ski trail with natural snow
Courses markings
Updated  28/03/2022

There is nothing more fun then sledding!

The longest slope is covered with artificial snow on the sledding hill. There is also some natural snow on the other two slopes.

The slope is illuminated every day until 9 pm (until March 13, 2022).

Please do not go on ski courses on foot, on bicycles, sledges, snowboards, etc. Sledding is not permitted on the ski slopes.

Please supervise children and safety. Go up the sledding slope next to the slope, be careful when descending. Garbage is not left behind.

NB! You must bring your own sled to ride.

There is no slopes for alpine (downhill) skiing or snowboarding.

Enjoy the thrill!