The Critérium du Dauphiné boasts a strong field ahead of the Tour de France, with most of the favorites for yellow racing.
Reports say the two famous ascents will reappear next season in the Spanish grand tour and the Tour de France tuneup.
Chris Froome will start next month's Tour de France as the outright favorite, but he does have a few vulnerabilities.
Richie Porte dropped from second to fourth after three Sky riders outmaneuvered him when he attacked in Sunday's final stage.
Scenes from the Dauphine's final stage, which saw Steve Cummings nab a stage victory as Chris Froome wrapped up the GC win
Enrico Gasparotto and Bjorn Thurau rested by Wanty – Groupe Gobert due to low cortisol levels
Steve Cummings sticks a long solo move out of the break to win stage 7 of the Critérium du Dauphine as Chris Froome wraps up the GC win
Thibaut Pinot climbs to a stage victory as Chris Froome holds on in yellow in the Dauphiné's challenging but scenic sixth stage
Chris Froome holds on in yellow as Thibaut Pinot nabs the Dauphine's sixth stage just ahead of Romain Bardet
Chris Froome is climbing strong at the Dauphiné, winning stage 5 and taking the overall lead from Alberto Contador.