2022 Tour de France Route
The 2022 Tour de France will take place between 01st July to 24th July, with the Grand Depart taking place in Denmark. Next year’s race will be the 109th edition of this world-famous race.
Copenhagen and its surrounding area’s will play host to the first three stages of the 2022 Tour de France with the first stage taking place on the 01st of July. The riders in the 2022 Tour de France will cover a distance of 3328 kilometres of cycling, which is 2067 miles.
For the first time since 2017, the 2022 Tour de France will visit four countries with stages in Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland, and France making it a real multinational event.
The climbing stages are spread across four mountains ranges, the Vosges, the Alps, the Massif Central, and the Pyrenees. In total there will be 6 mountain stages, which include 5 mountain top finishes.
The 2022 Tour de France will finish as normal in Paris on the Champs-Elysees on the 24th of July.
Tour de France 2022 Route
Stage 1: Friday, 01st July – 13km Individual Time Trial, Copenhagen
Stage 2: Saturday 02nd July – 199km Roskilde to Nyborg
Stage 3: Sunday 03rd July – 182km Velje to Sonderborg
Rest Day: Monday 04th July – Transfer Day
Stage 4: Tuesday 05th July – 172km Dunkirk to Calais
Stage 5: Wednesday 06th July – 155km Lille to Wallers Arenberg du Hainaut
Stage 6: Thursday 07th July – 220km Binche to Longwy
Stage 7: Friday 08th July – 176km Tomblaine to La Super Planche des Belles Filles
Stage 8: Saturday 09th July – 186km Dole to Lausanne
Stage 9: Sunday 10th July – Aigle to Les Chatel Portes du Soleil
Rest Day: Monday 11th July
Stage 10: Tuesday 12th July – 148km Morzine to Megeve
Stage 11: Wednesday 13th July – 149km Albertville to Col du Granon
Stage 12: Thursday 14th July – 166km Briancon to Alpe d’Huez
Stage 13: Friday 15th July – 193km Bourg d’Oisans to Saint-Etienne
Stage 14: Saturday 16th July – 195km Saint-Etienne to Mende
Stage 15: Sunday 17th July – 200km Rodez to Carcassonne
Rest Day: Monday 18th July
Stage 16: Tuesday 19th July – 179km Carcassonne to Foix
Stage 17: Wednesday 20th July – 130km Saint-Gaudens to Peyragudes
Stage 18: Thursday 21st July – 143km Lourdes to Hautacam
Stage 19: Friday 22nd July – 189km Castelnau-Magnoac to Cahors
Stage 20: Saturday 23rd July – 40km Lacapelle to Rocamadour, Individual Time Trial
Stage 21: Sunday 24th July – 112km Paris la Defense Arena to Paris Champs-Elysees