In 2014, the FIS Tour de Ski made it’s first stop in Lenzerheide. Tow years later in 2016 Lenzerheide accomplishing as opening venue the prestigious Tour de Ski in it’s anniversary year of its 10th holding from 1st until 3rd January 2016. On 1st January 2016 there was the sprint race, on 2nd January 2016 the distance race with a mass start over 15 respectively 30 km, and on 3rd January 2016 the pursuit race over 5 respektively 10 km. The competitions held in the biathlon arena Foppa, Lantsch/Lenz.
Nestled at an altitude of 1,500 m, in a beautiful high mountain valley, and situated on the shores of the Heidsee, Lenzerheide and Valbella are at the very heart of the holiday region. The holiday region of Lenzerheide offers many opportunities for an active day and relaxation.
There are 56 km of Cross-Country trails surrounded by breath-taking mountain scenery. The Lenzerheide holiday region is one of the best Cross-Country skiing areas in Switzerland, and is characterised primarily by its varied topography. The newly built Biathlon Arena offers best conditions for biathlon training.
The Stadium is situated at the new built Biathlon Arena in Lantsch/Lenz, aprox. 5 km from Lenzerheide. The stadium can also be reached by cross country skis.
The entrance to the stadium and the tracks is 10.00 CHF for spectators and the standing tribun area costs CHF 20.00. In the Tour de Ski Valley you will find a public tent, the VIP-tent, the industry village and a kids parcours.
The hospitality offer “Tour de ski plus” offers you food and drinks before, during and after the race and many things more.
How to get to Lenzerheide
We recommend to use the public transport for your arrival. Within the destination the fastest and most convenient way to travel is to use the cost free Tour de Ski Shuttlebus.
Quick Link: http://lenzerheide.com/en/top-events/tour-de-ski
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