The 44th edition of the Tour of the Alps sets off on Monday 19 April to finish on Friday the 23rd. The total elevation gain sums up to 13,000 metres, while the distance is 717.7 kilometres. The route moves through the Italian and Austrian Alps. (Slideshow route/profile)
Read more about the route of the 2021 Tour of the Alps.
Pavel Sivakov won the 2019 edition of the Tour of the Alps ahead of Tao Geoghegan Hart and Vincenzo Nibali. The race did not take place in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Another interesting read: winners and records in the Tour of the Alps.
Click on the links in underneath scheme for in-depth information on the respective stages.
Tour of the Alps 2020 stages:
|1||?||Tour of the Alps Route stage 1 Brixen – Innsbruck||142.8||hills|
|2||?||Tour of the Alps Route stage 2 Innsbruck – Feichten im Kaunertal||121.5||mountains|
|3||?||Tour of the Alps Route stage 3 Imst – Naturns||163.9||hills|
|4||?||Tour of the Alps Route stage 4 Naturns – Pieve di Bono||168.6||mountains|
|5||?||Tour of the Alps Route stage 5 Idroland – Riva del Garda||120.9||hills|
Tour of the Alps 2022: route, profiles, more
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Tour of the Alps 2021
Tour of the Alps 2021 Route stage 2: Innsbruck – Feichten im KaunertalTour of the Alps 2021 Route stage 5: Idroland – Riva del Garda