Duero path GR14 - Aranda de Duero a Roa de Duero (Stage 10)
LEVEL OF EFFORT
FAUNA AND FLORA
Riaza canal and its confluence with the Duero, fields of vines, black poplars and human-affected lakes.
Walkways over the river, former collegiate church of Roa, Roman and medieval bridges.
The Ribera del Duero runs gently between moorland, hills and valleys, with the Duero a constant travelling companion. And it is on the riverbank where you will find a good option for enjoying the Wine Route: the GR-14 Duero path.
It is a path running for more than 750 km, from the source of the Duero in the Urbión range to Vega Terrón on the Portuguese border. Kilometres of pine woods, vineyards, cereal crops and irrigated fields. It is divided into 42 stages of different lengths and difficulties, five of them running along the Ribera del Duero Wine Route.