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The 2023 Tour de France will include France’s five largest mountain ranges, including eight mountain stages and four summit finishes.

The Tour from July 1-23 starts in Bilbao, Spain and will successively visit the Pyrenees, the Massif Central, the Jura, the Alps and the Vosges. The route was unveiled on Thursday.

There are arrivals at the top of Cauterets-Cambasque, Puy de Dôme, Grand Colombier and Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc.

The final arrival at the summit is the 15th stage before the last rest day. Then comes the only time trial, a 14-mile race from the truth.

The Tour does not have a time trial on the penultimate day like the past three years. Instead, the 20th stage, which usually crowns the winner of the race, includes five key climbs.

The eight stages of the Tour de France Femmes, which debuted last summer, will start again on the last day of the men’s Tour. It started in Paris this year, but will not visit the French capital in 2023. The route is there.

It starts in Clermont-Ferrand in central France and heads south, visiting the Massif Central and the Pyrenees, including a finish at the Col du Tourmalet. It ends with a 13-mile time trial in Pau.

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🤩 Here it is, the official route of the #TDF2023!

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