At the peak of the Tour

Stage 13 was a pre-Pyrenean stage, in the Pyrenees but not in the big mountains. Stage 14 is more serious. The course features non categorized climbs like the col de Fourtou (km 18) and the col du Calvaire coming after the unprecedented Montée de Mont-Louis (cat. 1, km 86.3), the day after the col de Saint-Louis that propelled Bauke Mollema to a well-deserved stage victory, but also the highest point of the highest peak of the 108th Tour de France, the Port d’Envalira at 2408m of altitude, thus renamed souvenir Henri Desgrange. The last climb is col de Beixalis in Andorra with 14.8km to go to the downhill finish to Andorra-la-Vella. Andorra is where Tadej Pogacar won his first Grand Tour stage at La Vuelta in 2019, it’s also where he’s likely to seal his second overall victory at the Tour de France.

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