The day begins with the difficult and rugged Col d’Azet before facing another legend, the Peyresourde. Often used in the Tour de France due to its geographical position when crossing the Pyrenees, it links Bagnères-sur-Luchon, a city rich in cycling history, to Arreau. Then the difficult col de Mente, and the final challenge of the day brings you over the short but steep Portet d’Aspet, toward the finish in Saint-Girons.
-Peyresourde (8.3 km at 8 %)
-Mente (8 km at 8 %)
-Portet d’Aspet (4 km at 9.5 %)