The 2018–19 Tour de Ski is the 13th edition of the Tour de Ski and part of the 2018–19 FIS Cross-Country World Cup. As always, Val di Fiemme will host the last stages of Tour de Ski 2018/2019. On Saturday 5th January there will be the Mass Start in classic technique, while the long-awaited Final Climb in free technique – last stage of Tour de Ski – is scheduled for Sunday 6th January.
The first stage of Tour de Ski 2018/2019 is scheduled for 29th December in Toblach (Italy); the other stages will be held in Val Müstair (Switzerland) and in Oberstdorf (Germany), before coming to the final races in the Dolomites. Heidi Weng and Dario Cologna are the reigning champions and they will try to defend their title.
Even amateurs have the chance to enjoy the final climb together with stars of the past thanks to the Rampa coni Campioni, while fans can enjoy a culinary break at the stations of Tour del Gusto. There will also be side events organised for children and young people thanks to the new Kids Event "Mini World Cup - Coop", a gymkhana for Baby and Cuccioli (Saturday, January 5th) and the 2nd edition of the "Junior Final Climb" (Sunday, January 6th).
|Stage||Venue||Date||Event||Distance||Start time (CET)|
|1||Toblach (ITA)||29 December 2018||Sprint Free technique||Sprint||Sprint||14:30||14:30|
|2||Toblach (ITA)||30 December 2018||Distance free technique, Individual start||10 km||15 km||12:45||14:45|
|3||Val Müstair (SUI)||1 January 2019||Sprint free technique||Sprint||Sprint||12:00||12:00|
|4||Oberstdorf (GER)||2 January 2019||Distance, classic technique, Mass start||10 km||15 km||12:00||14:00|
|5||Oberstdorf (GER)||3 January 2019||Distance free technique, Pursuit||10 km||15 km||15:15||13:05|
|6||Val di Fiemme (ITA)||5 January 2019||Distance classic technique, Mass start||10 km||15 km||14:00||15:10|
|7||Val di Fiemme (ITA)||6 January 2019||Final climb, Free technique, pursuit||9 km||9 km||13:00||14:45|
*Timings mentioned above are according to local venue time.