This is the best known trail in this area, with the ones of downhill or enduro bicycles it begins on a wide, fast dirt track. It becomes more difficult as the track narrows, and you enter a section with a gap (there is an alternative) followed by a sequence of four jumps. Before the last jump there is a sloping rock garden. After this section the trail is flatter and smoother, before rising gradually in the final section. This last part has a stone surface with long straight stretches linked by three zones of hairpin bends, before the trail ends in the area of Burguete.