The race returns to Megève and its gradual gradients for the 10th stage. This should see the first major moves from the big contenders, after Tadej Pogacar's early move to decide the race in 2021 was so successful.
Taking place the day after the rest day, this stage features breath-taking mountain scenery, especially when it runs alongside Lake Geneva before heading towards Megève. The route winds its way through a series of valleys and should culminate with a battle between the race’s strong men from the one-kilometre banner. The finish line is located at the altiport like on the Critérium du Dauphiné 2020.