From Ramet Hut, follow DJ750C national road for less than 1 km, thus crossing the short section of Cheile Manastirii Gorge. Get to a new crucifix, leave this road and climb along a group of huts. Cross a beautiful forest and get to Fata Pietrii (rock’s face) hamlet. Go up to the place called Jiju, located on the interfluve between Geoagiu and Galda valleys. From here, follow the road that descends alongside the power poles and use a shortcut along these poles. After walking somehow along the contour line, past houses and thatched sheds, you leave the pillar route and descend on a small road past a newly built high winter stable to Cetea valley, where you get to DC76 village road. From here, there is a winding ascent through the houses of the village of Raicani, along other power poles. Reach a larger road that follows the contour line and follow it until you come cross trail 19 (red triangle). Walk along the edge of the forest for about 300 m and descend to DJ107K national road through a forest of beech and oak. Continue on this road for more than 1 km, cross the creek and start to climb. At first, climb on a small river bed, then shortly on a forest road, which you leave for a path that climbs the ridge. Here, you have a great view of the photogenic silhouette of Piatra Bulzului rock. Walk past several shelters used by livestock farmers, some solid and other improvised. Once you reach trail 20 (blue triangle) coming from the village of Cricau, ascend to Piatra Craivii rock, first through the pasture with scarce big trees, then through the forest. Come across trail 19 (red triangle) in a meadow and a signpost indicates the way up to Piatra Craivii rock on Trail 21 (blue dot). Walk along the beautiful interfluve between Cricau and Bucerdea valleys, on a small winding road through scarce oak trees, round Sfredelasul Peak (the left side of the peak, SW). Leave trail 19 (red triangle) and continue through a wooded area, then through a clearing and get out into a beautiful plateau with juniper shrubs. There is another forest section, more thick, where the trail overlaps a well-maintained road that helps cross the forest more easily. On leaving the forest, there are some sheepfolds built of modern materials, followed by a succession of meadows and patches of forest or clearings, and beautiful stretches with scarce big trees in the proximity of Ciumerna plateau.