Stage 02
Mon, 10.06.24

from  Vaduz  to  Regensdorf


Most important facts

Distance: 176.9 km Elevation: 2’411 m+ Category: Hilly Difficulty: 2/5
Commentary David Loosli

Stage 2 is the longest stage of this year’s Tour. The sprinters will have their sights set on this one, despite the fact that there are 2,400 metres of altitude to contend with. The big question will be which sprinters will survive the final climb up to Regensberg before entering Regensdorf. Or will one of the top climbers pull off a late attack?

Stage Highlights

Vaduz

Vaduz is the princely residence and capital of the Principality of Liechtenstein.

Lake Walen

The mild climate, fjord-like banks and imposing backdrop of the Churfirsten mountain range: the area around Lake Walen is a world of its own.

Lägern-Ridge

The narrow ridge leading from Regensberg to Baden is an all-time highlight on Zurich hiking maps.

Regensdorf

With the Altberg, the Lägern and the Katzensee, Regensdorf offers three local recreation areas that can be visited on foot or by bike.

Visitor information

Vaduz

Rathausgasse 1, 9490 Vaduz

Public transportation

By train, it is best to use the station “Buchs SG” (alternatively Sargans or Feldkirch from Austria)
From Sargans, take the bus to the stop “Vaduz Au” and walk from there (5 minutes to the start/finish area)
From the train stations Buchs SG and Feldkirch take the bus B12 to the stop “Schaan Bahnhof”; from there a shuttle bus runs to the start/finish area in Vaduz

By car

Only a limited number of parking spaces are available on site. All parking spaces in the city center are closed – there are various parking options around Vaduz, which are signposted. From there you can walk to the start/finish area.

Approach from the north via Schaan: Use the parking lots at the University of Liechtenstein or park your car at the train station in Schaan and take the free shuttle to the start/finish area
Approaching from the south via Triesen: Use the parking lots in Triesen and take the free public bus to the Vaduz Au stop
From the A13 highway: Take the Vaduz exit and follow the signs to the parking lots from there

By bike

The easiest way to get to the event is by bike. There are parking facilities for bicycles in the immediate vicinity of the start/finish area.

  • Opening hours bike skills course: 10:30 – 13:00
  • Riders Sign-In: 11:35 – 12:35
  • Start of advertising convoy: 11:45
  • Start of the race: 12:45

Regensdorf

Sportanlagen Wisacher, Wiesackerstrasse, 8105 Regensdorf

By Train

S6 from Zurich or Baden to Regensdorf-Watt station, approx. 20 minutes walking distance to the Wisacher sports facility.

By Bus

  • B 491, from Zurich-Zehntenhausplatz to Regensdorf Zentrum, on foot to the Wisacher sports complex approx. 12 minutes
  • B 485, from Zurich-Altstetten and Zurich-Frankental to Regensdorf center, on foot to Wisacher sports facility approx. 12 minutes
  • B 456, from Dielsdorf to Regensdorf-Watt railroad station, approx. 20 minutes on foot to Wisacher sports facility
  • B 452 from Regensdorf-Watt railroad station to the Strassenverkehrsamt or Moosächer bus stop (this bus only runs on weekdays). The Wisacher sports facility is just a few minutes’ walk away.

By Car

The number of public parking spaces in Regensdorf is limited.

  • Opening hours food stands: 11:30 – 18:00
  • Entertainment &climbing wall: from 12:00 noon
  • Opening hours Village, bouncy castle: 14:30 – 18:00
  • Autograph session Nicolas Huber & EHC Kloten: 14:15 / 15:15
  • Live broadcast: from 15:00
  • Arrival of the advertising column: 16:00
  • Finish: approx. 17:00
  • Award ceremony: afterwards