October 15, 2019 / 10:22 AM / a month ago

Route for the 2020 Tour de France

PARIS (Reuters) - The route for the 2020 Tour de France, which starts on June 27, was unveiled by organizers on Tuesday. (* denoted mountain-top finish)

June 27. Stage 1 - Nice - Nice 156km

June 28. Stage 2 - Nice - Nice 187km

June 29. Stage 3 - Nice - Sisteron 198km

June 30. Stage 4* - Sisteron - Orcieres-Merlette 157km

July 1. Stage 5 - Gap - Privas 183km

July 2. Stage 6* - Le Teil - Mont Aigoual 191km

July 3. Stage 7 - Millau - Lavaur 168km

July 4. Stage 8 - Cazeres-sur-Garonne - Loudenvielle 140km

July 5. Stage 9 - Pau - Laruns 154km

July 6. Rest day - Charente-Maritime

July 7. Stage 10 - Ile d’Oleron - Ile de Re 170km

July 8. Stage 11 - Chatelaillon Place - Poitiers 167km

July 9. Stage 12 - Chauvigny - Sarran 218km

July 10. Stage 13 - Chatel-Guyon - Puy Mary 191km

July 11. Stage 14 - Clermont-Ferrand - Lyon 197km

July 12. Stage 15* - Lyon - Grand Colombier 175km

July 13. Rest day - Isere

July 14. Stage 16 - La-Tour-du-Pin - Villard-de-Lans 164km

July 15. Stage 17* - Grenoble - Meribel Col de la Loze 168km

July 16. Stage 18 - Meribel - La Roche-sur-Foron 168km

July 17. Stage 19 - Bourg-en-Bresse - Champagnole 160km

July 18. Stage 20 - Lure - La Planche des Belles Filles, inidividual time trial 36km

July 19. Stage 21 - Mantes-la-Jolie - Paris Champs-Elysees 122km

Compiled by Julien Pretot; Editing by Peter Rutherford

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