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2017 Tour de France Route

Tour de France 2017

Tour de France 2017

The route of 2017 Tour de France has been presented in Paris this morning, 18th October 2016.

Tour de France route 2017

Tour de France route 2017


Running from Saturday July 1st to Sunday July 23th 2017, the 104th Tour de France will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,516 kilometres.

These stages have the following profiles:

  • 9 flat stages
  • 5 hilly stages
  • 5 mountain stages including altitude finishes (La Planche des Belles Filles, Peyragudes, Izoard)
  • 2 individual time-trials stages
  • 2 rest days

10 new sites and stage cities

Düsseldorf (1st stage and start of stage 2), Mondorf-les-Bains (start of stage 4), Nuits-Saint-Georges (finish of stage 7), Nantua (start of stage 9), Eymet (start of stage 11), Laissac-Sévérac l’Église (start of stage 15), Romans-sur-Isère (finish of stage 16), La Mure (start of stage 17), Izoard (finish of stage 18), Salon-de-Provence (finish of stage 19)

Col has been used by Tour de France2017 Tour de France Route Rumours. This page will contain all the info I come across about the route of 2017 Tour de France up to the presentation on the route in October 2016. Rumours, hearsay and wild speculation.

2017 Tour de France will start in Germany.

The 2017 Tour de France will be the 104th edition and will get under way from Düsseldorf.

The presentation of the route of the 2017 Tour de France, will be in Paris on October 18, 2016. Updates 27th September 2016.





 Stage Type



 Saturday 1st July  Düsseldorf  Düsseldorf  13 km ITT


 Sunday 2nd July  Düsseldorf  Verviers


Monday 3rd July  Verviers(Be)  Esch-sur-Alzette(Lux)


Tuesday 4th July Mondorf-les-Bains(Lux)  Vittel (Fra)


Wednesday 5th July  Vittel (Fra)  Vosges (la Planche des Belles Filles)


Thursday 6th July Belfort


Friday 7th July  Nuits-Saint-Georges


Saturday 8th July  Nuits-Saint-Georges


Sunday 9th July Nantua  Chambéry  Followed by air transfer.


Monday 10th July  Rest Day  Rest Day  Rest Day


Tuesday 11th July  Périgueux  Bergerac


 Wednesday 12th July Eymet Pau


Thursday 13th July Pau Peyragudes  Mountains


Friday 14th July Saint-Girons Foix Mountains


Saturday 15th July Toulouse Blagnac  Rodez


Sunday 16th July Laissac  Puy-en-Velay


Monday 17th July Rest Day  Rest Day  Rest Day


Tuesday 18th July Brioude


Wednesday 19th July  La Mure  Serre Chevalier  Alps


Thursday 20th July  Briançon  Col d’Izoard 2360m
Via Col de Vars


 Friday 21st July  Embrun


Saturday 22nd July Marseille Marseille ITT


Sunday 23rd July  Paris


  1. Bernhard Palmer says:

    looks as if Hindenburgstrasse in Monchengladbach will have a finish there, possible start at the foot ball stadium ( or finish there if starting elsewhere), all in the local press

  2. Daniel Gregory says:

    Thursday 13th July 50th anniversary of Tom Simpson’s death. Mont Ventoux??

  3. Hannah H says:


    Do you think Thursday 13th will be ending Alpe d’huez??

    I hope so

    • velopeloton says:

      Hi Hannah
      There is currently nothing to indicate that Alpe d’huez will be included in 2017.
      Thursday 13th will be Serre Chevalier.

      • Hannah H says:

        Fingers crossed they will squeeze it in somewhere. Always my favourite state and place to be.

      • Rod Annear says:

        Well thats confusing – here you say the 13th will be Serre Chevalier and above it says Luz ardiden? Seems unlikely that they will visit the Pyrenees first and alps seconds as they did last year. As long as i can remember it goes opposite each year. Which would mean Pyrenees in the last week?

        • Jonathan says:

          I have had confirmation from hotels in Serre Chevalier that the Tour is in the area 18th, 19th, 20th July. Therefore the Tour will be doing the Alps in the last week again, this will be 3 years running. The word is that Alpe d’huez is not appearing this year.

        • velopeloton says:

          For the past 2 years it has been Pyrenees first and then the Alps. 2008 and 2009 also. All recent rumours suggest that next year will be the same.
          A lot of things have changed since July.

  4. Shaun says:

    Any evidence for meribel? Word on the street is no Alpe D H this year. St Jean de Maurienne or Modane as start point perhaps. Lauteret road passable on small farm road and unlikely to be repaired in time after landslides Shaun

    • velopeloton says:

      Hi Shaun
      No. It’s just rumour. Criterium du Dauphine had a stage finish there this year. The story for that was that it was a double stage deal, as is common. Host the Criterium du Dauphine and then get a stage of Le Tour. Meribel would fit in nicely with what is known of the route before and after that.
      This map is stage 6 of this years Dauphine.

  5. Tom says:


    How sure are you that the tour will have its last few stages in the Pyrenees? We will be in the Alps around the end of July and would love to see tome of the Tour and were hoping that it might be spending the last week or so in the Alps.

  6. velopeloton says:

    Hi Tom
    As is stated above this is all just rumour. That said, I’m 100% certain it will not be in the Alps the last week. The weekend of the 14th will be the Alps.

    • Paul says:


      How much confidence of the Galibier?
      With your rumours of Meribel and then down to Col D’Izoard via Galibier, looks like St Jean de Maurienne valley could be a good place to be based for that week?
      Any suggestion of one of those stages taking in Les Lacets de Montvernier again??

      • velopeloton says:

        Hi Paul
        Presuming that the start and finish are correct then the Maurienne valley is a certainty. I don’t think that there would be any other option other than Col de Madeleine, Col du Telégraphe and Col du Galibier. The stage would be about 160km.

        No mention of Les Lacets de Montvernier anywhere for 2017.

  7. David says:


    With l’Etape du Tour being in the Alps the last two years, there must be a very good chance that it will be in the Pyrenees this year, is there any word on what stage and when it possibly will be?


  8. velopeloton says:

    The mayor of Rodez seems certain that Le Tour will visit his city next year.

  9. Julio says:

    I hope we can accommodate Mont Ventoux. The short climbing this year was an anti-climax (exception for Froome running without its bike). Thanks

  10. Muhammad says:

    So the first stage is 13km of ITT, will there be any more ITT? And if so, will they be flat? Thanks

  11. Gareth williams says:

    Is the tour going through normandy or Brittany in 2017 maybe Le Havre again .

  12. velopeloton says:

    This article claims that there will be a stage finish at Peyragudes ski station. The opening of James Bond “Tomorrow never dies” was filmed there 20 years ago. Seems an unlikely reason for having a stage finish. Should be a good route with Col du Tourmalet included.

  13. Olanogiro says:

    I would prefer a stage Pau-Peyragudes with Monté-Bales-Peyresourde-Peyragudes than Tourmalet-Aspin-Azet-Peyragudes. This is too similar year a year.

  14. Keith says:

    Does anyone know which date the Etape will be next year?

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