Tour de France 2017: Route and stages

Tour de France 2017
Chris Froome won the 104th Tour de France, while the podium was rounded out by Rigoberto Uran and Romain Bardet. Warren Barguil was the king of the mountains, Michael Matthews took the points classification and Simon Yates finished the race as the best young rider. Winning five stages, Marcel Kittel was the fastest sprinter.

Read about the full route of the 2017 Tour de France, and click on the links in underneath table for details on individual stages, including detailed route maps and height profiles.

Tour de France 2017: stages

Date Route Length Type
1 Sa 1-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 1 ITT in Düsseldorf (ger) 14.0 km flat ITT
2 Su 2-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 2 Düsseldorf (ger) – Liège (bel) 203.5 km flat
3 Mo 3-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 3 Verviers (bel) – Longwy 212.5 km finish uphill
4 Tu 4-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 4 Mondorf les Bains (lux) – Vittel 207.5 km flat
5 We 5-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 5 Vittel – La Planche des Belles Filles 160.0 km mountain finish
6 Th 6-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 6 Vesoul – Troyes 216.5 km flat
7 Fr 7-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 7 Troyes – Nuits Saint Georges 213.5 km flat
8 Sa 8-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 8 Dole – Station des Rousses 187.5 km mountains
9 Su 9-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 9 Nantua – Chambéry 181.5 km mountains
Mo 10-7 Rest day in Dordogne
10 Tu 11-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 10 Périgueux – Bergerac 178.0 km flat
11 We 12-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 11 Eymet – Pau 203.5 km flat
12 Th 13-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 12 Pau – Peyragudes 214.5 km mountains
13 Fr 14-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 13 Saint Girons – Foix 101.0 km mountains
14 Sa 15-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 14 Blagnac – Rodez 181.5 km heuvels
15 Su 16-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 15 Laissac Sévérac l’Église – Le Puy en Velay 189.5 km hilly
Mo 17-7 Rest day in Le Puy en Velay
16 Tu 18-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 16 Le Puy en Velay – Romans sur Isère 165.0 km hilly, flat finish
17 We 19-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 17 La Mure – Serre Chevalier 183.0 km mountains
18 Th 20-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 18 Briançon – Col d’Izoard 179.5 km mountains
19 Fr 21-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 19 Embrun – Salon de Provence 222.5 km flat
20 Sa 22-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 20 ITT in Marseille 22.5 km ITT
21 Su 23-7 Tour de France 2017 stage 21 Montgeron – Paris 103.0 km flat

Tour de France 2017: Route maps, height profiles, and more

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