Tour de Ski
Only Val di Fiemme has hosted all the Tour de Ski editions since the first one in 2007. The 16th edition will take place on January 3rd and 4th, 2022 at the Cross-Country Stadium in Lago di Tesero and at Alpe Cermis, on the legendary Final Climb.
After an edition held behind closed doors due to the Covid-19 pandemics, the OC is glad to announce that all World Cup events scheduled in Val di Fiemme will be open to spectators again! Admission to the stadiums is allowed only with “super green passes”, and we are sure that with some common sense by all of us, we will soon be back to normality, enjoying these big sport events like we used to.
Following the traditional Mass Start (10 km women, 15 km men) of Monday 3rd January, on Tuesday 4th January, the legendary Final Climb of Alpe Cermis, in free technique and with mass start, will proclaim the winners of the most watched on TV event of the FIS Cross-Country World Cup season. Making this edition a very special one is the comeback of many side events, besides spectators, like COOP Mini World Cup on January 3rd and Rampa con i Campioni on January 4th starting from 9:30 am… fun is guaranteed!
The Tour de Ski has been held every year in Trentino since the founding year on the initiative by Vegard Ulvang and Jürg Capol and will be repeated every year, until 2026, when Val di Fiemme will also be protagonist of the Milano-Cortina 2026 Winter Olympics, hosting the Nordic disciplines (cross-country, ski jumping and Nordic combined) in the now world and then Olympic stadiums of Predazzo and Lago di Tesero.