The Tour de France route in full

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The Tour 2020 route is set to include some gruelling climbs

Here are the Tour de France stages, released by the organisers on Tuesday.  The Tour will be in Occitanie for three days, highlighted in bold in the list below.

  • Stage 1 – 27/06/2020: Nice Moyen Pays > Nice (156 km – Flat)
  • Stage 2 – 28/06/2020: Nice Haut Pays > Nice (187 km – Mountain)
  • Stage 3 – 29/06/2020: Nice > Sisteron (198 km – Flat)
  • Stage 4 – 30/06/2020: Sisteron > Orcières-Merlette (157 km – Hilly)
  • Stage 5 – 1/07/2020: Gap > Privas (183 km – Flat)
  • Stage 6 – 2/07/2020: Le Teil > Mont Aigoual (191km – Hilly)
  • Stage 7 – 3/07/2020: Millau > Lavaur (168km – Flat)
  • Stage 8 – 4/07/2020: Cazères-sur-Garonne > Loudenvielle (140 km – Mountain)
  • Stage 9 – 5/07/2020: Pau > Laruns (154 km – Mountain)
  • REST in Charente-Maritime
  • Stage 10 – 7/07/2020: Île d’Oléron Le Château-d’Oléron > Île de Ré Saint-Martin-de-Ré (170 km – Flat)
  • Stage 11 – 8/07/2020: Châtelaillon-Plage > Poitiers (167 km – Flat)
  • Stage 12 – 9/07/2020: Chauvigny > Sarran Corrèze (218 km – Hilly)
  • Stage 13 – 10/07/2020: Châtel-Guyon > Puy Mary Cantal (191 km – Mountain)
  • Stage 14 – 11/07/2020: Clermont-Ferrand > Lyon (197 km – Flat)
  • Stage 15 – 12/07/2020: Lyon > Grand Colombier (175 km – Mountain)
  • REST in Isère
  • Stage 16 – 14/07/2020: La Tour-du-Pin > Villard-de-Lans (164 km – Mountain)
  • Stage 17 – 15/07/2020: Grenoble > Méribel Col de la Loze (168 km – Mountain)
  • Stage 18 – 16/07/2020: Méribel > La Roche-sur-Foron (168 km – Mountain)
  • Stage 19 – 17/07/2020: Bourg-en-Bresse > Champagnole (160 km – Flat)
  • Stage 20 – 18/07/2020: Lure > La Planche des Belles Filles (36 km – Individual time-trial)
  • Stage 21 – 19/07/2020: Mantes-la-Jolie > Paris Champs-Élysées (122 km – Flat)