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Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Tour de France 2022 route: Stages, Live stream, TV Guide

Tour de France 2022 route: Stage-by-stage, where to watch on TV, Live stream..

The 109th Tour de France kicks into gear on Friday 1 July in Copenhagen, Denmark. After a Paris-Roubaix’ish race on day five the first hard summit finish at La Planche des Belles Filles appears two days later. 
The Alps feature in the second week and the Pyrenees in the third. The 2022 Tour is set to finish on Sunday 24 July in Paris.

 Climbs are spread across 4 mountain ranges: the Vosges, the Alps (including a foray into Switzerland), the Massif Central and the Pyrenees. In all there are 6 mountain stages, including 5 summit finishes (La Super Planche des Belles Filles, Col du Granon, Alpe d’Huez, Peyragudes and the Hautacam).

Where does the Tour de France 2022 start? How long it will take.?

 The Tour de France will start on Friday 1st July 2022 until Sunday 24th July 2022. Last year’s Tour was earlier in the year due to the Olympic clash, so it’s now back in its usual July spot in the cycling calendar.

The Danish capital of Copenhagen will host the 2022 Tour de France Grand Depart. It’s the northern most Grand Depart in the Tour’s history.

 The Overall Distance of 2022 Tour de France is 3328km, 55km shorter than 2021.

Tour de France 2022 route, stages, Map..

Tour de France 2022 route, stages, Map.
 Tour de France 2022: Full route Map -

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Stage 1: Friday, July 1 – Copenhagen, Individual Time Trial, 13km

Stage 2: Saturday, July 2 – Roskilde to Nyborg, -  Flat - 199km

Stage 3: Sunday, July 3 – Velje to Sønderborg, -  Flat -  182km

Transfer day: Monday, July 4

Stage 4: Tuesday, July 5 – Dunkirk to Calais,  -  Hills-   172km

Stage 5: Wednesday, July 6 – Lille to Wallers Arenberg Porte du Hainaut,  - Cobbles -  155km

Stage 6: Thursday, July 7 – Binche to Longwy,   - Hills -   220km

Stage 7: Friday, July 8 – Tomblaine to La Super Planche des Belles Filles,  - Mountain -  176km

Stage 8: Saturday, July 9 – Dole to Lausanne, - Hills -  186km

Stage 9: Sunday, July 10 – Aigle to Les Chatel Portes du Soleil,  - Mountain -  183km

Rest day: Monday, July 11 – Morzine ------ And breathe!

Stage 10: Tuesday, July 12 – Morzine to Megeve,  - Hills -   148km

Stage 11: Wednesday, July 13 – Albertville to Col du Granon,  - Mountains -    149km

Stage 12: Thursday, July 14 Bastille Day - Briancon to Alpe d'Huez,    - Mountains -   166km

Stage 13: Friday, July 15 – Bourg d'Oisans to Saint-Etienne,   -  Flat -  193km

Stage 14: Saturday, July 16 – Saint-Etienne to Mende,   - Hills -    195km

Stage 15: Sunday, July 17 – Rodez to Carcassonne,  -  Flat -   200km

Rest day: Monday, July 18 – Carcassonne

Stage 16: Tuesday, July 19 – Carcassonne to Foix,    - Hills -    179km

Stage 17: Wednesday, July 20 – Saint-Gaudens to Peyragudes,    - Mountains -   130km

Stage 18: Thursday, July 21 – Lourdes to Hautacam,    - Mountains -   143km

Stage 19: Friday, July 22 – Castelnau-Magnoac to Cahors,   -  Flat -    189km

Stage 20: Saturday, July 23 – Lacapelle Marival to Rocamadour, -- ITT-- 40km time trial

Stage 21: Sunday, July 24 – Paris La Défense Arena to Paris Champs-Elysées,   -  Flat -    112km

Time bonuses

The first, second and third riders across the line on each stage will receive a time bonus of 10, 6 and 4 seconds, respectively..

Where to watch the 2022 Tour de France., Online Live TV stream.

As usual, Eurosport and GCN+ will broadcast the Tour de France around Europe. Check the Tour de France website for other coverage in your country.

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