The Vuelta a España 2022 presents its route



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Vuelta 2022 will begin on August 19 in Utrecht and will end in Madrid on September 11. The Basque Country will host three stages of the 77th edition, and two of them will run entirely on the roads of the Basque Autonomous Community.

The Tour of Spain 2022 presented this Thursday, December 16, his route of the 77th edition at an event that was held at the IFEMA Municipal Conference Center in Madrid.

Will have a total of 9 high ends, with 5 of them unpublished; 2 stages against the clock, one for teams and one individual, and the departure from Utrecht (Netherlands), where the first three stages will be played before return to the Iberian Peninsula through the Basque Country.

There will be three stages that will pass through the Basque Autonomous Community: Vitoria-Gasteiz-Laguardia (4th stage) on August 23, Irun-Bilbao (5th stage) on August 25, Y Bilbao-Valle de Liébana (6th stage) on August 26.

The general summary includes 6 flat stages and 2 flat ones with high end, 7 mountain stages, a team time trial (23,3 km) , an individual (31.1 km) y 3 days off.

The unreleased high endings will be Janus Peak (Cantabria, 6th stage), the Collau Foncuaya (Asturias, 8th stage), the Pico de los Reales (Malaga, 12th stage), Tentudía Monastery (Extremadura, 17th stage) and Alto del Piornal (Extremadura, 18th stage).

The end of the Vuelta will be explosive with the traditional and often decisive stage of the ports in the Sierra de Guadarrama of Madrid.

Stages of the Tour of Spain 2022:

August 19th: 1ª stage, Utrecht-Utrecht (CRE the 23.3 km)

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August 20th: 2ª etapa, Hertogenbosch-Utrecht (175.1 km) Llana

August 21: 3rd stage Brada-Breda (193.2 km) Llana

August 22: BREAK

August 23rd: 4th stage, Vitoria-Laguardia (153.5 km) Middle mountain

August 24th: 5th stage, Irun-Bilbao (187 km) Half mountain

August 25th: 6th stage, Bilbao- Pico Jano- S. Miguel de Aguayo (180 km) Mountain

august 26: 7ª stage, Camargo-Cistierna (190,1 km) Half mountain

August 27: 8th stage, Pola de Laviana-Yernes and Tameza (154.5 km) Mountain

august 28: 9th stage, Villaviciosa-Les Praeres-Nava (175.5 km) Mountain

august 29: BREAK

August 30: 10th stage, Elche-Alicante (CRI 31.1 km)

August, 31: 11th stage, Murcia-Cabo de Gata (193 km) Llana

September 1st: 12th stage, Salobreña-Peñas Blancas-Estepona (195.5 km) High finish

September 2: 13th stage, Ronda-Montilla (171 km) Llana

September 3: 14th stage, Montoro-Sierra de La Pandera (160.3 km) Mountain

4th of September: 15th stage, Martos-Sierra Nevada (148.1 km) Mountain

September 5: BREAK

September 6: 16th stage, Sanlúcar de Barrameda-Tomares (188.9 km) Llana

September 7th: 17th stage, Aracena-Monastery of Tentudía (160 km) Final uphill

September 8th: 18th stage, Trujillo-Alto del Piornal (191.7 km) Mountain

September 9: 19th stage, Talavera-Talavera (132.7 km) Middle mountain

September, 10th: 20th stage, Moralzarzal-Puerto de Navacerrada (175.5 km) Mountain

11 of September: 21st stage, Las Rozas-Madrid (100.5 km) Llana

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