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Facts About Saariselkä
Saariselkä is a village located in a mountainous area in northern Finland.
Saariselkä is partly in Urho Kekkonen National Park.
The soil in Saariselkä is mostly 2 billion-year-old granulite.
The last ice age ended 9500 years ago in Saariselkä.
Saariselkä village is about 300 meters above sea level.
Saariselkä is the northernmost holiday resort in the world, 260 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle.
Saariselkä one of the oldest ski resorts in Finland, well-known for its high-quality services.
The region around Saariselkä is a hub for the indigenous Sámi culture of Lapland.