Here you will find booking of Vasaloppet’s official buses, waxing service and other practical tips before your race.

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The 100th Vasaloppet is fully booked, but there are plenty of places left in the other races in Vasaloppet’s Winter Week 2024. Welcome to us next winter!

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Bus to start

Arrive to the race well rested! Our buses can get you to the start place in good time before the start, and save you the stress of dealing with traffic and full parking spaces. Leave the car at home and book a bus ticket; you’ll be doing a favour to yourself and the environment. Booking your bus ticket online is also cheaper than buying it on location.

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Waxing service

Let us help you with the waxing! Vasaloppet’s official ski waxing service in Mora and Sälen is available during the Winter Week. When buying ski wax service in Mora transport of your waxed skis is included to your start location for some races.

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Hotel, hostel, camping, a personal cottage, or perhaps a simple sleeping space on the floor of a school? There are many different types of accommodation in northern Dalarna. Here you can read about where to book your lodgings.

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Ski Pass

The ski pass gives access to the prepared ski tracks in the Vasaloppet Arena from the middle of December until April. The three track systems Vasaloppsarenan, Mora Ski Stadium and Norra Garberg Sports Center together provide closer to 100 kilometers of ski tracks.

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Hemmavasan skidor

Hemmavasan skidor is an exercise race in cross-country skiing, and its distances are brought over from the regular Vasaloppet ski races. During the period of 23 February–3 March, 2024, you can participate in Hemmavasan whenever and wherever you want.

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Gift card

Buy someone you like a gift card! Choose between our skiing, cycling and running races – long or short.

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Follow participants

There are several ways to follow specific participants. With our services you can receive continuous updates and time reports.

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Traffic information

The traffic situation around Sälen and Mora is often very strained in connection with our events. On race days there are temporary changes along certain roads, making some roads one-way, for example.

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Vasaloppet’s Winter Week 2024

Each year, Vasaloppet’s Winter Week consists of several different cross-country ski races over ten days, culminating in the classic Vasaloppet on the first Sunday of March. All races take place in the Vasaloppet Arena, the 90 km scenic arena between Sälen and the famous finish line portal in Mora.

The first race on the first Friday is Vasaloppet 30 from Oxberg to Mora. That Saturday, Tjejvasan runs on the same stretch as Vasaloppet 30. Sunday’s Öppet Spår Sunday starts in Sälen and runs with classic ski style. Sunday also has Ungdomsvasan for youths up to 16 years of age, starting in Eldris and Hökberg.

Öppet Spår Monday has several options: the race is freestyle, meaning that you can either ski classic or skate. Starting in 2024, it’s also possible to choose your distance: Öppet Spår Monday 90 starts in Sälen, Öppet Spår Monday 45 at the Evertsberg checkpoint, and Öppet Spår Monday 30 at the Oxberg checkpoint. On Tuesday, it’s time for Vasaloppet 45, which starts in Oxberg and takes a turn along the shore of the Oxberg lake before joining the Vasaloppet track.

Stafettvasan runs on Friday, consisting of five sections split between relay racers from Sälen to Mora. That night, Nattvasan 90, Nattvasan 45 and Nattvasan 30 start. Skate style is permitted and you can participate individually or in pairs. On Saturday, it’s time for the beginners’ race Vasaloppet 10 from Eldris to the finish, where participants are encouraged to wear vintage equipment should they wish to. The week concludes with the world’s largest long-distance ski race, the big Vasaloppet which attracts 15,800 registrants who embark on this journey along what’s been called the main artery of Swedish skiing!

But Vasaloppet’s Winter Week is not just about skiing. There is so much more happening! For example, don’t miss out on visiting the finish area in Mora, which attracts around 200,000 visitors every winter. Or the Vasaloppet opening ceremony in Mora Church, which has been held as per tradition since 1922, featuring a celebrity speaker and the crowning of the year’s Kranskulla.

Vasaloppet’s Winter Week 2024 – skiing
• Friday, February 23 Vasaloppet 30 start Oxberg, 30 km
• Saturday, February 24 Tjejvasan start Oxberg, 30 km
• Sunday, February 25 Öppet Spår Sunday start Sälen, 90 km
• Sunday, February 25 Ungdomsvasan start Eldris, 9 km, start Hökberg, 19 km
• Monday, February 26 Öppet Spår Monday 30 freestyle, start Oxberg, 28 km
• Monday, February 26 Öppet Spår Monday 45 freestyle, start Evertsberg, 43 km
• Monday, February 26 Öppet Spår Monday 90 freestyle, start Sälen, 90 km
• Tuesday, February 27 Vasaloppet 45 start Oxberg, 45 km
• Friday, March 1 Stafettvasan ski relay, five legs, start Sälen, 90 km
• Friday, March 1 Nattvasan 30 individually or two-person teams, freestyle, start Oxberg, 30 km
• Friday, March 1 Nattvasan 45 individually or two-person teams, freestyle, start Oxberg, 45 km
• Friday, March 1 Nattvasan 90 individually or two-person teams, freestyle, start Sälen, 90 km
• Saturday, March 2 Vasaloppet 10 freestyle, start Eldris, 9 km
• Sunday, March 3 Vasaloppet start Sälen, 90 km

Vasaloppstrippeln – ski, bike and run Vasaloppet in one year
Vasaloppstrippeln, the Vasaloppet trifecta, is a challenge where participants complete three Vasaloppet races during one calendar year. Ski, bike and run 90, 45 or 30 kilometres in forefathers’ tracks.
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