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Talking about good enchainments, what about montee de bisane and then megeve altiport?
It would be perfect for a long attack.
The problem is the next 2 hard stages that can neutralize this stage.
The descent from Col de Saises isn't too difficult? At it would mean 10-12 km of flat before the last ascent to Megeve airport. If used, it should be one of the last (or very last) mountain stage where riders are often more "forced" to attack than earlier in the race.

If all that were needed to use Plan Bois more safely was to pave the descent, a potentially great combo would be Plan Bois - Croix de Fry and either a descent finish to La Clusaz or a short ascent to the top of Col de Aravis.

But ASO only need to do minor tweaks on what are already using to make it much better. Add another climb or move the stage finish a short distance. Like adding Mont Cenis before Iseran on a stage to Tignes. Use Col de la Loze as a pass, descend and finish in Pralognan de Vanoise. Use Pla d'Adet as a stage finish instead of Col de Portet and make it a longer mountain stage with multiple cat 1 and 2 climbs. Things like that.
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