Alps 2014

Alps 2014

2014 course followed a new “West Line” from Geneva to Nice tackling 900km and climbing a total of 21,000m across 19 cols and ascents, including four mountain top finishes.

Haute Route Alps course map

Key features:

The 7 fully timed stages revisited many Haute Route classics including Colombière, Cormet de Roselend, Courchevel, Madeleine, Glandon and two visits to Alpe d’Huez.

Dominating the isolated southwest corner is the “Giant of Provence”, at 1,912m Mont Ventoux is one of the most legendary ascents in cycling and a highlight of the 2014 course. Alpe d’Huez featured twice – as the arrival of the Marathon Stage on day 3 and again as the summit of the Individual Time Trial on day 4.

“The iconic cities of Geneva and Nice are once again supporting the Haute Route Alps as the departure and arrival venues – unchanged since the event began in 2011. Megève, Courchevel, Alpe d’Huez, Bourg d’Oisans and Digne-les-Bains make up the other course host venues and we know that the Haute Route and its riders will be warmly welcomed,” said Jean-François Alcan, Haute Route Race Director.


Discover more in depth details of each stage, with stage-by-stage descriptions and profile maps as they are released.

Stage Profiles


Find out more about each of the Host Venues you will see during the event.

Host Venues


Official Rules & Regulations

Safety Regulations

Sustainability Charter