Gravel Route, over 39,5 kilometers long and with 305 m of positive accumulated height. Beginning and ending at the "Polo C - Serra d'Ossa do Centro de Cyclin' de Serra D'Ossa", located in Rio de Moinhos.
The route leaves the center and continues on the right following the marked routes. Always follow the left on tar until the intersection with the indication of Serra D’Ossa, where you turn left and follow the dirt road through vineyards and then through eucalyptus. At the end, turn right, cross the river and turn right on the tar for a few meters before turning towards the "Aldeia de São Gregório". Go around the chapel on the right and follow the vineyard to "Rua das Tapadas" which you will take to the left towards "Estremoz". Turn right after "Quinta do Zambujeiro", go to "Casas Novas" and return to the road. Then take the road that connects Alandroal to "Estremoz" and continue to the left to "Estremoz". Follow the road for about 6.5 kms and then turn left on a dirt road to connect to the N318 that goes to "Estremoz". You will cross "Estremoz" passing throught the "Rossio". Head north towards Portalegre and after passing the end of town sign, turn right at the olive grove on dirt. This way, follow on several access roads to properties until you reach "Arcos". At "Arcos", continue to the cemetery and, continuing on the road, you will then reach the N4 that you will follow for 700m before leaving for a dirt track on the right. Then turn left, where you will pass under the highway and then turn right on the tarmac for 800m until you turn left again following the blue path through olive groves. Passing "Barro Branco", turn right and take the road to the roundabout that takes you to "Rio de Moinhos".
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Responsible Trails Criteria:
(last audit carried out in 14/08/2020)
Waymark - Doesn't apply
Conservations of the path - 4 (In a good overall status of conservation with some isolated situations)
General Conservation - 4 (There aren’t any specific degraded areas identified.)
Information boards and signs - 5 (Very well maintained and with superior quality)
Complementary boards - Doesn't apply
Safety and suport structures - 5 (All recommended structures well maintained)
Local Community integration - 4 (Encourages integration / contacts with the community)
Landscape intergration - 4 (Well integrated into the landscape and with points of interest)
General Safety - 4 (Has occasional low-risk situations)
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Updated: October 02, 2020