February 24-25th 2018



Cancellation & reimbursement policy

In case Finlandia Ski Marathon is forced to be cancelled due to weather conditions or for any other reason that is out of the orgaziner’s control, the organizer have the right to keep 50% of the admission fee and the remaining 50% is automatically transferred to the next year’s event admission.

The organizer and the registered skier can mutually agree on another method of reimbursement if needed.

In the event of cancellation, a skier or his team/group is not entitled to receive a reimbursement for his/her admission fee. However if the admission is cancelled before 31st of December of the respective year a skier can transfer 50% of the payment to the next year’s admission fee. The skier is required to inform Finlandia-hiihto's office → about the cancellations.

If the course is shortened due to extreme snow conditions or any other cause that the organizer has no control over, the admission fee is not reimbursed nor is the skier entitled to any discounts or any other forms of reimbursement.


In case of Sickness

In case of sickness, a skier can transfer 50% of the payment to the next year’s admission fee after submitting a doctor’s certificate by March 30th of the respective year.

To be entitled for a reimbursement you must apply for it from the Finlandia-hiihto's → Office by the end of March after the race.


Reimbursements are only valid during the registration period for the next race and will void after if not used. Reimbursements are personal and can't be transferred to another person.

All rights to changes are reserved.

Finlandia-hiihto (Finlandia Ski Marathon) is an non-profit organization. The income (after expenses) will be divided between the two organizing local sports clubs - Lahden Hiihtoseura (Lahti Ski Club) and Hollolan Urheilijat -46 (Hollola Athletics '49). By participating you are supporting local youth athletics.