3.3 km above 2,000 m. 3.9 km of tarmac / 12 km of track / 6.7 km of footpath / 2.8 km off path. Cerler Tour Half-Marathon goes through dirt roads and footpaths that link the town of Benasque and other nearby communities. Cerler Peak is one of the best spots to enjoy alpine skiing in the Pyrenees.
The course will start and finish in the town of Benasque. It goes to the urbanization of Linsoles along the banks of the river Ésera, arriving later the picturesque town of Anciles. Then it takes the PR-HU 33 path to ascend to the town of Cerler. Once here, it goes round Cerler Peak, following to Ampriu. The course goes through Aramon-Cerler ski facilities and over la Colladeta and Cota 2000 passes right in the ski resort. Once you get to El Molino lift station, the course descends quickly through the paths PR-HU 27 and PR-HU28. Finish line is in Benasque. Runners who complete the 2019 edition of the Vuelta al Pico Cerler will get 1 ITRA points.