Best ski resorts in Lithuania
Lithuania is one of the flattest countries in Europe. The highest point over the sea level is only 295 meters and it’s not even on top of a mountain, because mountains in Lithuania doesn’t exist. However, in the biggest cities there already are some options for skiing enthusiasts, so let’s get to it and find out the best ski resorts in Lithuania!
It’s an outdoor ski resort located on a mountain called Liepkalnis. It’s around 10 minutes by car from the city center! The total of ski slopes is only 1.5 km (see more information about the slopes). This is quite low. In comparison with other European ski resorts where the average ski slopes can be 10 or even 30 km. However, Liepkalnis has the longest ski slopes in Lithuania. And doesn’t have the worst reviews.
|Pricelist for adults||1 hr.||2 hrs.||3 hrs.||5 hrs.||+1hrs|
|Monday – Friday||10 €||11 €||13 €||15 €||5 €|
|Saturday – Sunday and holidays||11 €||13 €||15 €||17 €||5 €|
Their website has more information about the prices for kids, etc. And this is the ski-map of Liepkalnis:
It’s an indoor ski resort located in the city of Druskininkai. Which is around 1h and half from Vilnius and 1h, 40 minutes from Kaunas. The prices for adults are these:
|Skiing ticket prices in Eur incl. VAT||2 hours||4 hours||Full day|
|Adults(18+)||23,00 Eur||26,00 Eur||29,00 Eur|
|Pupils / Students*||18,00 Eur||21,00 Eur||23,00 Eur|
|Children (from 3 to 7 years.)||13,00 Eur||16,00 Eur||18,00 Eur|
|Family (2 adults and 2 children below the age of 18)||67,00 Eur||78,00 Eur||86,00 Eur|
Find here more information about prices.
The slopes total length is only 1.2km. Find here more detailed information about the slopes, but as it is inside, you can go to ski in winter as well as in summer. This is the ski resort plan:
The rest of the ski resorts have less than 1 km of slopes. So we won’t include them as a “the best ski resorts in Lithuania” list. The total ski slopes in Lithuania sum 7.8 km.