A Finnish ski resort, Levi, has two main ski areas. Unlike the southern slope, South Point, the northern region of Levi has a more developed infrastructure because it is located in the village of Sirkka. The camera is installed on the lower station of the lift. On the screen, we can see the cable car, an artificial lake, Tunturijärvi, a large parking lot for guests of the resort, as well as popular places, such as restaurants, cafes, and bars.
The northern slope of Levi is popular with lovers of extreme relaxation. In the background of the image, you can see the slopestyle zone with jumps and obstacles. Near the northern slopes of the resort, one of the attractions of Sirkka is located — the modern church of the Virgin Mary, built in 1998.
As you can see, the resort of Levi is very popular with the locals; two cableways were built there for them. In different parts of the resort, there are training tracks for the youngest guests. In the northern zone is Lastenmaa Kid’s Land, located in the forest behind slopestyle jumps.