Our events annually attract nearly 100,000 participants eager to tackle different parts of the classic stretch from Sälen to Mora. We’re glad you want to be one of them!

How you register

Log into My pages to register for your chosen race. There you’ll find a registration form. After filling out the form you complete your registration by payment.

My pages >
Conditons of registration >

How to influence your start position

In Tjejvasan there is a competition class and a leisure class. To register for the competition class you need a result from Vasaloppet 30 or Tjejvasan from within the past two years. You can also send in results from other ski races to seed yourself to the competition class; more on this on the page Seeding.

For first time praticipants, start positions for Tjejvasan’s leisure class are based on registration dates. For those who have participated in Vasaloppet 30 or Tjejvasan within the past two years, start positions are based on previous results. For certain start groups in the leisure class one can be seeded from other ski races; more on this on the page Seeding.

Seeding >

Gift card

You can buy a gift card for a start position in one of our races. Choose between winter and summer – ski, bike and run. It is not possible to buy gift cards for fully booked races.

Read more about gift cards >

Alterations on My pages

  • Change your registration
    On My pages you can change some registration information. Choose the race you want to alter under My races and click Edit. You can modify your address, club affiliation, email and phone number, and get Folksam Motionsloppsförsäkring Bas insurance. You can also alter your estimated finishing time (in certain races). Read more about Folksam Motionsloppsförsäkring Bas on the page Insurances.
  • Contact information
    You can change your contact information under My account > My profile. You can change your address, email and phone number. To change your name you need to contact our customer service at +46-250-392 00 or via email at info@vasaloppet.se>.
  • Sell your start position
    Read more on the page Buying and selling a start position.

On Tuesday, February 18, at midnight it will no longer be possible to make alterations on My pages at vasaloppet.se. Alterations can be made on location at our competition offices in Mora from Wednesday, February 19 at 16.00 and in Sälen from Thursday, February 20 at 10.00. Alterations can also be made at the competition office at the start area on the race day.

Online registration closes

On Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at midnight it will no longer be possible to register online at vasaloppet.se.

Direct registration

Direct registration with slightly higher registration fee can be made on location at our competition offices in Mora from Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 16.00 and in Sälen from Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 10.00. Direct registration for races that are not fully booked can also be made at the competition office at the start area on the race day.

Opening hours >

Payment

We only accept individual registration. Payment can be completed via card, Swish, invoice (requiring a Swedish personal identity number) or instalments. You will be registered when we have received your registration fee.

Receipt and start certificate

Your participant confirmation, which will be delivered via email, is your receipt. Vasaloppsföreningen Sälen-Mora is a non-profit organization so there is no VAT taxation on the registration fee. A start certificate will be sent out via email a few weeks before the race.

Start certificate and a receipt of your payment can be downloaded via My pages. Log in, choose My races and click the plus sign to the right of the race. Under Download you’ll find files available for download.

Competition classes

All participants in Vasaloppet, and competition class participants in Tjejvasan must be members of a Swedish ski club registered with the Swedish Ski Association. For participants in Vasaloppet’s other races we recommend club membership since it provides insurance coverage for training and competition. Participation is at your own risk.

International participants represent their countries or their ski clubs – if they are members of a Swedish ski club registered with the Swedish Ski Association.