The tour begins at the Pintia Archaeological Site, the name of an ancient vaccea city, located in the district of Padilla de Duero (Peñafiel) and which in 1993 was declared a Site of Cultural Interest as an archaeological zone. From there we cross the town of Padilla to enter the Senda del Duero, passing along the left bank of this path, where one of the wooden footbridges over the Duero is crossed, crossing to the right bank to return through an area of Pinares and vineyards to, going up the river course, enter one of the most representative towns of the Ribera del Duero: Pesquera. From here, the most demanding part of the route begins, having to gain height to go to the town of Curiel de Duero, entering at that moment the last kilometers of the race. The urban center of Peñafiel will be accessed again by another of the river corridors of the region, the Del Río Duratón path, a beautiful environment that will rest the eyes of the participants and prepare them for the last effort: the ascent to Peñafiel Castle, headquarters of the Provincial Museum of Wine, elevation above 900m. altitude. From there, and after going through the centuries-old walls of this fortress, only the final walk remains, a swift descent to the Plaza del Coso where the finish area will be located.