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Haute Route Announce 5 European Destinations for 2022 Amateur Cycling Calendar

Amateur cyclists will meet in 5 European destinations including a new city, Davos, Switzerland - the highest city in Europe - as part of Haute Route’s race calendar for the year 2022. Registrations will open in early October for alumni and on October 14 for the general public

Haute Route Announce 5 European Destinations for 2022 Amateur Cycling Calendar

Iconic European Destinations

The Haute Route 2021 circuit has already taken amateur cyclists to Crans-Montana (Switzerland), the Pyrenees, the French Alps and the Dolomites, and will finish with a final race in Ventoux (France), from 1 to 3 October.

In 2022, the 5 races incorporate the most beautiful cycling destinations in Europe:

- Haute Route Alpe d'Huez, from 24 to 26 June (3 days)     
- Haute Route Pyrenees, from 5 to 9 July (5 days)
- Haute Route Alps, from 21 to 27 August (7 days)
- Haute Route Dolomites, from 30 August to 3 September (5 days)
- Haute Route Davos, from 23 to 25 September (3 days)

A more compact route with less climbing and fewer kilometres than the original will be available for the Haute Route Alpe d'Huez, so that every rider can take on the challenge and experience the Haute Route.

"We are delighted to reveal our new 2022 calendar, which brings together a great combination of legendary climbs and little-known gems," says Julie Royer, Managing Director of Haute Route Group and Director of Cycling at The IRONMAN Group"The Haute Route Davos is a great addition to the series, taking us into the heart of the Swiss Alps, where we will have the opportunity to explore routes that are little known to the general public. With easy logistics and fantastic local support, there is no doubt that this event will be a highlight of the year."

Our 2022 calendar celebrates iconic European destinations and offers the best cycling that Europe has to offer. But rest assured that we have every intention of continuing our international momentum in 2023, bringing together riders from around the world in spectacular and unexpected cycling destinations."

VIDEO: 2022 Haute Route Series Calendar

Registration Opening 7 October

Registration will open at the beginning of October with different phases. The first, on 7 October, will be reserved for members of the Haute Route community. From 14 October, the general public will be able to register.

The 100 Infinity Passes, which have been very popular since 2019, will again be on sale for the 2022 season. Their holders will be able to register for as many Haute Route races as they wish at no extra cost.

Download the 2022 Haute Route Catalogue

Registration Opening 7 October

About the Haute Route

Featuring challenging 3-, 5- and 7-day events in iconic cycling destinations worldwide, the Haute Route is the world’s first global series of prestigious multi-day cycling events for amateur riders. The Haute Route’s objective is to deliver an unparalleled 'professional' experience for amateur cyclists. This means not only delivering first class hospitality and event management, but all the key ingredients that make up the culture and experience of professional road racing. The Haute Route has grown since 2011 to encompass this year’s 7events, including the 10th Anniversary of the first of its events, the Haute Route Alps. In August 2021, Haute Route has been acquired by The IRONMAN GROUP, the largest operator of mass participation sports in the world.

Download the 2022 Haute Route Catalogue

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