Les Gets les portes du soleil - Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc

Stage 15 of the 2023 Tour de France is a mountain stage that will take place on Sunday 16 July 2023 at 11:20.The stage starts in Les Gets les portes du soleil and finishes in Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc. Start time is 11:20 with an expected finish at 16:16 (average speed of 36 km/h).

The total distance of the stage is 177.9 km. The stage includes 5 categorized climbs and 1 intermediate sprint. The stage has a total elevation gain of 4268 m with the highest altitude of the stage being 1486 m. The total descent of the stage is -3527.5 m.

- The race will have temperatures between 19 and 28°C, with an average of 25°C.
- No rain is expected.
- The wind will come mainly from W, SW, NW, N, S with an average of 10 km/h wind. The maximum wind speed will be 20 km/h with gusts of up to 42 km/h.

The stage includes 5 categorized climbs and 1 intermediate sprint.

Bluffy is a Sprint at 71.6 km (106.3 km to go).

Col de la Forclaz de Montmin is a KOM cat. 1 climb, which starts at 75.2 km (102.7 km to go) and ends at 82.4 km (95.5 km to go). It has total distance of 7.2 km, and an average gradient of 7.4%, going from 612 to 1147 meters of altitude.

Col de la Croix Fry is a KOM cat. 1 climb, which starts at 112.6 km (65.3 km to go) and ends at 123.9 km (54 km to go). It has total distance of 11.3 km, and an average gradient of 7.2%, going from 649 to 1457 meters of altitude.

Col des Aravis is a KOM cat. 3 climb, which starts at 128.2 km (49.6 km to go) and ends at 132.6 km (45.3 km to go). It has total distance of 4.4 km, and an average gradient of 6.1%, going from 1219 to 1486 meters of altitude.

Côte des Amerands is a KOM cat. 2 climb, which starts at 166.8 km (11 km to go) and ends at 169.5 km (8.3 km to go). It has total distance of 2.7 km, and an average gradient of 10%, going from 587 to 856 meters of altitude.

Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc is a KOM cat. 1 climb, which starts at 170.9 km (7 km to go) and ends at 177.9 km (0 km to go). It has total distance of 7 km, and an average gradient of 7.7%, going from 825 to 1367 meters of altitude.