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Finland - beginner + off piste?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Looking at options for Easter 2020 when kids will be old enough for first lessons (5 and 3 so smaller one only very short taster I expect). Wife also a beginner who'll be taking lessons. I'm an advanced skiier but looking mainly to do x-country dragging a baby in a tow pulk. Hence Finland seems a good option. Need activities away from slopes which it has. However, I'd like to grab a day or two myself going downhill as well as on the flat. Ideally that would involve some skinning and exploration off piste as my impression is there is nothing on piste for anything above intermediate level. Best options I can see seem to be Pyha and Yllas - the former seems to have the better backcountry options but bit concerned there is less to do around resort for little ones (and snow seems a bit dodgier come April). Anyone who knows these areas well I'd be keen to hear? Thanks
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