Route code
  • On foot (2.15 h.)
8.8 kms.
Ascent slope
67 m.
Descent slope
67 m.
Difficulty of the route

Path of just under 9 kilometers that runs through the alluvial plains that make up the confluence between the Duero and Adaja rivers. The PRC-VA 53 allows you to enjoy a completely flat route with no transit difficulties between crops, pine forests and riverside vegetation.

We start from the Plaza de la Iglesia , southwest of the urban area of ​​Villanueva de Duero, we continue along Palacio Street and then heading north along Molenderos Street. Little by little we leave the scattered buildings to enter an area of ​​crops that, after 1.2 km, take us to the Duero River, where we find a small dam that allows us to contemplate the La Pesquera waterfall, a recreation area. and for fishing. From this point we enter a pine forest area, progressively heading east, leaving the course of the Adaja River and its riparian vegetation to our left, a forest mass of great environmental significance that is part of the Special Conservation Area ES4180081 "Ribera del Adaja River and Tributaries" . We reach the CL-610 highway, in the area around the Las Tinajas Urbanization, we continue along the paved road next to Adaja, passing by the Bodega de los Cartujos and the Colagón recreational area . We continue the path in a southeasterly direction through the pine forest mass of stone pine ( Pinus pinea ) and resin pine ( Pinus pinaster ) settled among a blanket of sand, very representative of the vegetation of the province of Valladolid south of the Duero. As soon as we have traveled another 1.4 km we turn and head west to continue along the Cañada de los Puercos , which we will abandon in a short section to run parallel to it through the interior of the pine forest. We travel another 2.7 km through pine forests to re-enter Villanueva de Duero and reach the starting point.

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    • Postal address Villanueva de Duero. Valladolid
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