The closing stage of the 2024Tour of the Alps is held entirely in Trentino and in Valsugana, with start and finish in Levico Terme. Despite the relatively short distance: 118.6 kilometers, the continuous ups and downs might still be decisive for the race’s final outcome.
The route kicks off with an undulating loop of about 20 kilometers, which crosses the finish line twice in Levico Terme. After that, the peloton tackles a second loop of about 25 kilometers that showcases completely different features as it winds through the Valle dei Mocheni.
The final part of the 2024 #TotA is a long and typical climb toward Palù del Fersina, which will be ridden twice, with a long downhill in the middle. Following the second descent, a flat segment takes the pack to the race’s last climb, the Valico di Tenna, followed by a false flat that ends with about five kilometers to go. The majority of these final five kilometers is downhill, yet the last kilometer in Levico Terme climbs once more to offer a grand finale worthy of the 2024 Tour of the Alps.