As soon as you enter Cavnic, coming from Baia Sprie, you can see the indicator to the viewpoint on Pietrele Soimului Rocks. The rocks are already visible from the asphalt road, but the tourist marking (red dot – white circle – red circle) urges you to follow the gravel road that climbs gently to the intersection with the blue cross marking. Here, the marking accompanied by an arrow appears on an oak, then on a large boulder, and so you are getting closer to the edge of the forest. In the first part through the forest, the path is not very clear, but you follow the marking and reach a temporary waterfall. Walk carefully as the climb is steep and there is a risk of slipping. After you walk past a rock wall, the path becomes clearer. Later you come to an intersection of paths, where you can see how the marking appears both ahead, uphill, and on the right, along the contour line. It is also good to know that the variant you have followed so far is suitable for an uphill hike, while the descent will be on the variant that you have just crossed. The path climbs steeply and it is recommended to follow it in a period of drought because it is slippery anyway due to the leaf carpet. After a 300 m climb from the road, reach the viewpoint on Pietrele Soimului Rocks. You can see Cavnic guarded by Gutai Peak and the Three Apostles. After a well-deserved break, return on the same route to the above-mentioned intersection and then turn left, down to the edge of the forest, where there is a signpost. From here the route is familiar and you soon reach DJ 184 county road.