A look at the 2016 route for the Tour de France

PARIS (AP) A look at the 21 stages of the 2016 Tour de France from July 2-24:

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July 2 - First stage: Mont-Saint-Michel to Utah Beach, 188 kilometers (117 miles)

July 3 - Second stage: Saint-Lo to Cherbourg, 182 (113)

July 4 - Third stage: Granville to Angers, 222 (138)

July 5 - Fourth stage: Saumur to Limoges, 232 (144)

July 6 - Fifth stage: Limoges to Le Lioran, 216 (134)

July 7 - Sixth stage: Arpajon-sur-Cere to Montauban, 187 (116)

July 8 - Seventh stage: L'Isle-Jourdain to Lac de Payolle, 162 (100)

July 9 - Eighth stage: Pau to Bagneres-de-Luchon, 183 (114)

July 10 - Ninth stage: Vielha Val d'Aran, Spain, to Andorre Arcalis, Andorra, 184 (114)

July 11 - Rest day

July 12 - 10th stage: Escaldes-Engordany to Revel, 198 (123)

July 13 - 11th stage: Carcassonne to Montpellier, 164 (102)

July 14 - 12th stage: Montpellier to Mont Ventoux, 185 (115)

July 15 - 13th stage: Bourg-Saint-Andeol to La Caverne du Pont-d'Arc, time trial, 37 (23)

July 16 - 14th stage: Montelimar to Villars-Les-Dombes, 208 (129)

July 17 - 15th stage: Bourg-en-Bresse to Culoz, 159 (99)

July 18 - 16th stage: Moirans-en-Montagne to Bern, Switzerland, 206 (128)

July 19 - Rest day

July 20 - 17th stage: Bern, Switzerland, to Finhaut-Emosson, Switzerland, 184 (114)

July 21 - 18th stage: Sallanches to Megeve, time trial, 17 (11)

July 22 - 19th stage: Albertville to Saint-Gervais, 146 (91)

July 23 - 20th stage: Megeve to Morzine, 146 (91)

July 24 - 21st stage: Chantilly to Paris, 113 (70)

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Total: 3,519 kilometers (2,186 miles)

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