Tour de Suisse 2022 route

The 85th edition of the Tour de Suisse, June 12-19, 2022, begins in the Jura and central Switzerland in the first half of the race, and then crosses Ticino and Valais regions for the grand finale in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, a 26km race against the clock on stage 8. There are fewer Alpine passes than last year, but it is hard to distinguish as the race still divvies out plenty of climbing – a total of 18,407 metres over eight days.

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