Border to Border ski is 420 km long guided ski tour in Northern Finland. The route follows near the Arctic Circle from Russian border to Swedish border. The event is on the bucket list of every enthusiastic cross-country skier. Welcome to join us!
The organizers of Border to border –skiing event: the city of Kuusamo, the municipality of Taivalkoski, the city of Pudasjärvi, the municipality of Ranua, the municipality of Keminmaa and the city of Tornio have decided on Wednesday 23 September 2020 not to organize Border to border skiing in March 2021 due to a coronavirus pandemic.
We apologize for our silence. We, the organizers, we are currently investigating whether 38. Border to Border Ski -event can safely organized in March 2021. We will continuously monitor the development of the corona pandemic in us and around the world and will comply with all regulations, guidelines and recommendations issued by the authorities. On September 23, 2020, the organizers will meet and we announce the future no later than September 25, 2020. We will only open registration after that, if the situation allows.
Stuart Stevens thinks that the best way to see Finland is to ski Finland. Read the story about Stuart's adventure in Border to Border Ski published by Outside Online!
Border-to-Border, they said, is a well-organized event, showcasing a part of the ski world – Finland’s Lapland region, just below the Arctic Circle - that few ever see.
Border to Border Ski event is organised by six municipalities. In this article we wanted to introduce them to you so you can get closer look behind the ”scenes” of the Border to Border Ski. The skiing track also goes through all of these municipalities so you will get to have a little visit in them too!
Picture: City Of Tornio / Juha Åman