From the former Voievodul Hut, you follow the forest road along Bilele Valley to leave it within 2.2 km and go onto a narrow road to the right (northeast) to climb to some shelters and sheepfolds. Unfortunately, the place is not signposted. However, there is a fence enclosing some hay fields that can serve as your reference point (it is the first fence you come across). So, you climb as you follow this zigzagging road, leave two houses to the right and go into the thick young forest for a while and then along its edge. A new sheepfold can be found down to the right (southeast). The scenery is beautiful, with green hills and tree clumps. Past the last serpentine, you come out onto the ridge, into a stinging nettle meadow, where some abandoned sheepfolds can also be found. You continue your climb following the ridge and you go into the forest, where you find a more significant road coming in from the left (southwest). At the end of a broadleaf forest section, you reach a cleared area on a secondary ridge, where Bilele sheepfold is located (abandoned). You maintain the direction along the homonymous ridge in a continuous climb. At a sharpturn (a signpost set up here as well), you come across a recently built road, which comes in from Bilele Valley and climbs to the sheepfolds in the Ausel-Clabucet area. You follow this road cut into the mountain side and crossing several brooks. There are no trail markers, however, you must leave the road at a certain point and climb directly to Ocolul Saddle, where a blue cross signpost and the ruins of the Roman camp are located. From here, you can follow trail 17 (blue stripe) to reach Sureanu Hut. The blue cross trail marking can only be seen along the road in the proximity of the hut.