C. Prudhomme's comment

65 kms: a distance that will certainly surprise. It will indeed be the shortest normal stage of the last thirty years. Its format will be dynamic for what should prove to be a “dynamite stage”. The finish will be brand new. With a climb of 16 kilometres at an average gradient of over 8% and an altitude of 2,215 m, the Col de Portet has all the assets to become a new Tourmalet.

Sport Side

Road Kilometers Schedules Local Time
From the finish From the start 39km/h 41km/h 43km/h

Col de Val Louron-Azet

Km 37 - 1580m 7.4kilometre-long climb at 8,3% Category -

Col de Portet

Km 65 - 2215m 16kilometre-long climb at 8,7% Category -

Montée de Peyragudes

Km 15 - 1645m 14.9kilometre-long climb at 6,7% Category -

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