Cross-Country Stadium Lago di Tesero
For more than 50 years the courses in Lago di Tesero have been a great place for practicing cross-country skiing
Its enviable position and its consolidated experience in the artificial snow production, also thanks to a cutting-edge system, guarantee perfect tracks. For this reason the centre is open from December to the middle of March, despite it is located only 900 m above sea level.
The stadium annually hosts the FIS Cross-Country Ski World Cup competitions - with the final stages of the famous Tour de Ski - and Nordic Combined World Cup. It was also home of the 3 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Val di Fiemme (1991, 2003 and 2013) and will be one of the Host Sites of the MilanoCortina2026 Winter Olympic Games.
The center offers a great variety of tracks divided into numerous sectors. The routes may vary, but they are all quite demanding and very technical. The connection with the Marcialonga track guarantees the possibility of having more than 8 km of an almost flat track, both in the direction of Predazzo and in the opposite direction, towards Molina di Fiemme.
The complete route develops on a 3,5 km loop, from which 3 other shorter routes are obtained:
- Course "Lago" 3,5 km | Difficulty: high - Difference in height 140 m
- Course "Paracara" 2,5 km east | Difficulty: medium - Difference in height 100 m
- Course "Chiesetta" 2,5 km west | Difficulty: medium - Difference in height 100 m
- Course "Campo Scuola" 1 km | Difficulty: easy - Difference in height 0 m
The Sports Center Lago di Tesero also offers an openair ice skating rink, equipment rental, changing rooms with showers and toilets, ski-waxing rooms, a nice restaurant and a wide free parking area.
Sports Center Lago di Tesero
+39 0462 814064
Current state of the cross-country ski runs Lago di Tesero
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The legendary Marcialonga track is available from Christmas time and offers the opportunity to ski on a mainly flat track which can be divided into 4 different sectors, starting from the lowest one at 800m als in Molina di Fiemme, to the highest in Moena, 1.200m asl.