In 2023 we will made a journey through the origins of our territory. With a start at the Wall of Lugo (the oldest in the world preserved in its entirety) and a finish at the Praza do Obradoiro in Santiago de Compostela, it is clear that the nexus of union in this second edition will be the enhancement of our historical heritage. In addition, during the days of competition, we crossed another of the privileged places of our community, since the arrival of the second stage at Monte Trega (A Guarda), where one of the most emblematic forts of our territory is located, was a spectacular end in the sporting and scenic plane. The third stage was a change of third, since the objective was to give visibility to an area that was especially battered last summer by one of the great evils that plague Galicia from time to time, the fires. This stage of the province of Ourense passed in its final part through the region of Valdeorras, where some localities were completely cornered by fire, leaving many houses completely burned. Far from covering up and avoiding this, O Gran Camiño ran along their roads, giving visibility to this problem and bringing a great sporting event to the homes of these neighbors, who a few months ago were fighting to prevent the flames from taking their homes and their lives.
An attractive route, designed with the idea of putting the necessary ingredients so that the runners could put up a fight, offering the best of the shows.