The 2017 Tour de Romandie starts in Aigle with a prologue before the 1st stage travels in almost 170 kilometres from Aigle to Champéry. The route leads over four intermediate climbs to a summit finish in Champéry.
Stage 4 is on climbers territory again. The route takes in the the passes Jaunpass, Saanenmöser and Col du Pillon to finish in Leysin after a 4 kilometres closing climb at 7.2%. The Tour de Romandie comes to a halt with a hilly individual time trial in Lausanne.
Nairo Quintana claimed the overall in the 2016 Tour de Romandie, thus succeeding Ilnur Zakarin. Chris Froome took the GC in 2013 and 2014.
Tour de Romandie 2017: Route maps, height profiles, and more
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