Despite it being a warm winter, skiing was possible surprisingly long. However, with the last slush on the tracks, this almost certainly was the last skiing day of the season.
During this rather warm winter, to little surprise, already in March the first warm days (up to plus 6°C) result in snow melt. Unfortunately, this directly affects the skiing tracks, such as in this image, where the tracks literally start to flow away.
After weeks of polar night and clouds the sky has finally cleared up again. This brings back proper winter temperatures, which forms beautiful snow crystals; And the clear sky brings back sunlight. In combination with the low standing sun, this brings great colours during sunset. Attached a few images from the sunset on Jyppyränselkä, in Hetta.Continue to the photo gallery and the full article