The vineyards of De Krans cover 50 hectares, with a further 18 hectares of deciduous fruit trees, such as apricots and peaches. The vineyards along this vineyard route are mostly planted with table grapes, because of the richness of the sandy-loam alluvial soils along the river. All port and red varieties are planted south of the Gamka river far away from the river-bed, in poorer clay soils.
The vineyard route was opened on 3 December 1988. It can easily be completed in 30 minutes and even small children can manage the walk.