|Start of the race:||11:30|
|Presumed end:||15:42 - 16:07|
|Stage length:||166 km|
|Ascended altitude meters:||2,790 m|
The first real test of summit readiness. The hills in the Beskydy are a demanding test for everyone in the pack. There will be two ascents to Pustevny, with the second pass being the finish. The amount of vertical metres is certainly not the most demanding stage, but if someone comes with the goal of winning the Czech Tour, they must be at the front and make sure that no one leaves unexpectedly. It will be easy to gain a huge gap on the final climb.
Olomouc (Horní nám.)
The second largest monument reserve in the Czech Republic offers a number of attractive places: monasteries and temples, art and technical museums, large parks, a zoo and an aqua park. The pride of Olomouc is the Baroque column of the Holy Trinity on Horní náměstí, which has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2001.
Pustevny is a saddle in the Moravian-Silesian Beskydy Mountains near Radhošť, which belongs to the village of Prostřední Bečva. It was named after the hermits who lived here until 1874. Typical of Pustevny are wooden buildings built in the folk style at the end of the 19th century on the design of Dušan Jurkovič.