A non-profit organization owned by IFK Mora and Sälens IF.
Vasaloppet is the world’s biggest cross-country ski race. Vasaloppet’s Winter Week with its cross-country skiing and Summer Week with mountain biking and running attrackt a total of almost 100.000 registered paricipants every year. Since the beginning in 1922 over 1.7 million participants have passed the finish line portal in Mora. Vasaloppet is a non profit making organization owned by IFK Mora and Sälens IF. An engine for public health and sports club activities, in forefathers’ tracks for future victories!
Vasaloppsföreningen Sälen-Mora has approximately 35 year-round employees who work with planning, preparing and developing these events.
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Vasaloppet works in a committed and structural way to live up to our reputation as an environmental role model.
The Vasaloppet Arena
It’s here just waiting for you. An arena created by nature itself, accessible and beautiful, framed by small chalet villages and sparse pine forests, crossed by dirt roads and paths beaten out as generations of local people made their way between the villages.
Press and media
Vasaloppet's events annually attract nearly 100,000 registered skiers, cyclists and runners. A rich history combined with a unique mix of participants stirs great media interest in our events throughout the year, both inside Sweden and internationally.
Vasaloppet’s Winter Week
Vasaloppet's Winter Week consists of various ski races held in the end of February and the beginning of March. The races take place in the ninety-kilometre Vasaloppet Arena between Sälen and in Mora.
Vasaloppet’s Summer Week
Vasaloppet's Summer Week consists of various bike and running races held during two weekends in August. The races take place in the ninety-kilometre Vasaloppet Arena between Sälen and Mora.
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Ski Classics Pro Tour Season XV – 2023/2024
The Season XV of Ski Classics Pro Tour consists of 15 events on 11 event weekends in 6 different countries. Vasaloppet on Sunday, March 3, is the eleventh stage and third Grand Classics event of Season XV, the 2024 edition of the renowned 90-kilometer classic race holds a special significance – celebrating the event’s 100th edition.
2 weeks ago
Quick guide to Vasaloppet's Summer Week 2023 – ten races to choose from
2 weeks ago
New course layout for 2023 – Cyclists and runners tackle Vasaloppet's first hill
3 weeks ago
Vasaloppet's Winter Week 2024 – a quick guide, race by race
3 weeks ago
Hemmavasan will complement Vasaloppet's Summer Week 2023
1 month ago
Over 400,000 SEK in prize money for the top runners in Ultravasan, Trailvasan, and Vasastafetten 2023
2 months ago
Women get their own start groups in Cykelvasan 90 and Cykelvasan Öppet Spår 2023