The track that gives its name to the route of steel will have its own themed exposition and thirty odd panels that will indicate what can be seen during the walk. In the following year, the panels will be placed but the exposition will already be in use in next July coinciding with the steel fair of the Pyrenees.
The Comú d’Ordino will also put emphasis on the Mina de Llorts and Farga Rossell two very productive areas of the steel industry that will help the route get more attention and vice versa: to get a general view. Beyond the exposition, this project also wants to create web pages and educational material.
These new proposals has already gotten widespread attention with holiday agencies wanting to organise themed trips or to see key points of the routes to help them comprehend the history of steel around the country. Andorra hopes that it will place the country on a european level, bringing in more visits, since the andorran mines are a very important tourist destination.