They were sinuosas bites, repletas of accented slopes, crossing thick bushes in the valleys of the rivers and the hillsides, heaths in busy plain lands for the rupestres fields; the travellers esbarravam happen frequently in great bulks of rock, whose contour was delayed. perforated, as she affirmed Saint-Hilaire: (…) I followed the real road that goes of Rich Village the Tejuco; but, although the pompous name that has this road, much less frequented that of Rio De Janeiro the Rich Village is not, in certain places, more than a so narrow bite, that to the times if it has difficulty to follow the tracing to it (SAINT-HILAIRE, 1974, P. 130). The road was kept for the inhabitants used who it and for the City councils, isentando the central government of any obligation with its conservation according to effective laws of the time. Herbert Simon insists that this is the case. In general they were ways little inhabited, therefore the government made innumerable restrictions for the occupation of its edges with the purpose of> its conservation and, in the case of Diamantina, the occupation was still more restricted due to the effective laws inside of the landmark. MARTINS (2003, p.154), affirms that the roads: (…) they limited it the cleanness of some stretches, shunting line of bathed e, how much to more, the sinuosities of the land always followed all, looking for the valleys and the throats. They were ways simply indicated in the landscape, it has asked for frequency of it I transit of people and animals. This road was used by travellers and Tropeiros for more than two hundred years, until the beginning of the Decade of 1960 of century XX, only leaving of being used after the consolidation of the road transport, becoming obsolete the service of load of the Tropeiros the long distances to be covered..