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Among tradition, art and sports glories, this is the cradle of the Val di Fiemme

Val di Fiemme was the first location in the southern Alps to host a Nordic World Ski Championship. It was held in 1991 and since then, Tesero has become a point of reference in international Nordic skiing, especially due to the Tesero Cross-Country Stadium, which guarantees excellent conditions resulting from the expertise of its highly specialized personnel. Some unforgettable runs in the Cross-Country Skiing World Cup have been written on the pistes in Tesero, as has the Tour de Ski, an event for which Val di Fiemme is a fixed stop and conclusive end to the first edition.

The cross-country skiing pistes are flanked by prized forests managed by the Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme, an entity originating in the Middle Ages that has protected and cared for environmental treasures in the valley for centuries.

A town in the central part of Val di Fiemme, Tesero opens the way to Pampeago, the Latemar and Obereggen, an area that has always been tied to the world of sports and outdoor activities in every month of the year, not just skiing, but also trekking, rock climbing and cycling. Numerous sports, cultural and folk events are celebrated in Tesero, which is also a recognised centre for the artisan woodworking sector.

Aerial view of snow-covered Tesero
View of snowy Tesero
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Discover the history, curiosities and rules of the competitions planned for Tesero 

Olympic Winter Sports

Cross-Country Skiing
Nordic combined
Cross-Country SkiingNordic Combined

Paralympic Winter  Sports

Para Biathlon
Para Cross-country Skiing
Para BiathlonPara Cross-Country Skiing

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Find out the details of where the competitions will be held
A group of people skiing on a snowy track at the Tesero Cross-Country Skiing Stadium
Tesero Cross-Country Skiing Stadium

Cross-Country Skiing & Nordic Combined 
Para Biathlon & Para Cross-Country Skiing

The Fabio Canal Cross-Country and Biathlon Center is located at 830m above sea level. Its 19km of trails are always challenging, with most suitable for both skating and classic styles. Part of the trails are also lit artificially, allowing for nighttime skiing. It will host all cross-country skiing events at  Milano Cortina 2026 , as well as the Para cross-country skiing and Para biathlon competitions.

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