Where to watch
The final stage of the Tour de Suisse 2016 starts at the Sports Centre on the Talstrasse. Soak up the atmosphere as the professionals prepare for the race. Don’t forget to visit the Bike Expo and the Village as well. For younger fans, there's also a Kids World with half-pipe, pumptrack and agility course – a chance for them to test their skills.
Above the Alp Weissenstein, spectators will have a magnificent overview of the challenging climb up to the Albula Pass. Just below the hospice on the Albula Pass at an altitude of around 2,300 m.a.s.l. is the final climb before the descent into La Punt. There will be crucial points in the top-category "King of the Mountain" competition for the climbing specialists to win. The Albula Hospiz Restaurant is well placed to look after spectators' creature comforts.
Fans and spectators will have a fantastic view over the two hairpin bends on the climb up to the Flüela Pass at Chant Sura. Today's winner, and possibly also the overall winner, a top-category "King of the Mountain" prize and the last ascent of this year's circuit all happen at the pass at an altitude of 2,383 m.a.s.l. Spectators lining the last few metres of the climb will be sure to experience thrilling excitement and action.
The finish is also located at the Sports Centre on the Talstrasse. Be sure to be part of the action when the racers complete the final few metres of the Tour de Suisse 2016, not forgetting the subsequent prize-giving ceremony.