Tour de France 2022: Details of the 21 stages

Here is the list of stages of the Tour de France 2022, which will start from Copenhagen on Friday July 1. There are 21 race days on the program, including five altitude finishes, for a total distance of 3346.5 kilometres.

the Tour de France 2022 will start from Copenhagen on Friday July 1st, with a program of 21 stages and a total distance of 3346.5 kilometres. The riders will spend three days in Denmark, with a time trial and two stages in line. After a day of transfer, the peloton will take the direction of the north of France, with in particular a full-bodied end to the first week: a stage on the cobblestones towards Grand-Hainaut, a very hilly course on the road to Longwy, and the now traditional arrival at the Super Planche-des-Belles-Filles.

During the second week, the runners will attack the Alps, with in particular two beautiful finishes at altitude, at the top of the formidable Col du Granon, then of the mythical Alpe d’Huez. It will then be time for the Pyrenees, with in particular two appointments to tick off, the arrivals in Peyragudes and Hautacam. On the eve of the finish on the Champs-Elysées, the 40 kilometer time trial around Rocamadour should seal the general classification.

In total, this route includes 6 plain stages, 7 hilly stages, and 6 mountain stages, 5 of which have high altitude finishes. We must add the 43 kilometers of time trial.

Tour de France CYCLING / TOUR DE FRANCE 2022 (July 1 to 24)
The course

Friday July 1 – 1st stage: Copenhagen – Copenhagen (Individual Time Trial) – 13 km
Saturday July 2 – 2nd stage: Roskilde – Nyborg – 199 km
Sunday July 3 – 3rd stage: Vejle – Sonderborg – 182 km

Monday, July 4: Rest in Lille

Tuesday July 5 – 4th stage: Dunkirk – Calais – 172 km
Wednesday July 6 – 5th stage: Lille Métropole – Grand-Hainaut – 155 km
Thursday July 7 – 6th stage: Binche – Longwy – 220 km
Friday July 8 – 7th stage: Tomblaine – The Super Planche-des-Belles-Filles – 176 km
Saturday July 9 – 8th stage: Dole – Lausanne – 184 km
Sunday July 10 – 9th stage: Aigle – Châtel – 183 km

Monday July 11: Rest in Morzine

Tuesday July 12 – 10th stage: Morzine – Megeve – 148 km
Wednesday July 13 – 11th stage: Albertville – Col du Granon – 149 km
Thursday July 14 – 12th stage: Briancon – Alpe d’Huez – 166 km
Friday July 15 – 13th stage: Bourg d’Oisans – Saint-Etienne – 193 km
Saturday July 16 – 14th stage: Saint-Etienne – Mende – 195 km
Sunday July 17 – 15th stage: Rodez – Carcassonne – 200 km

Monday July 18: Rest in Carcassonne

Tuesday July 19 – 16th stage: Carcassonne – Foix – 179 km
Wednesday July 20 – 17th stage: Saint-Gaudens – Peyragudes – 130 km
Thursday July 21 – 18th stage: Lourdes – Hautacam – 143 km
Friday July 22 – 19th stage: Castelnau-Magnoac – Cahors – 189 km
Saturday July 23 – 20th stage: Lacapelle-Marival – Rocamadour (individual time trial) – 40 km
Sunday July 24 – 21st stage: Paris-La Défense Arena- Paris Champs-Elysées – 112 km


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