The trail has a common route with trail 20 to the fork downstream Bohodei Waterfall. From here, there is a constant, steep and tiring climb through the forest. Then you continue along the edge of the cliffs, through blueberry bushes, and if we want you can deviate to the right (SE) to find lookout points over the valley and the rocks on the other variant of the trail. Behind you can see the northwestern slope of Bohodei Peak (Bohodei Fortress). Walk through a cluster of junipers to Boleasa Meadow (Golgota). Here, from a signpost, a path splits to the southeast for a lookout point (less than 100 m)-“Hercules’ Cliffs“. Return to the meadow and continue in the same direction and in the northern part of the meadow come across the yellow cross trail. There is a marking on a large rock. The two trails have a common route through the forest, on a path cut into the mountainside, alternating between the contour line and short and steep ascents. Walk past springs and through meadows. After you get out of the forest, a final climb takes you to Bohodei Saddle, where you come across trail 12 (red stripe). The upper part of the trail can be done as a loop trail, being one of the classic routes-perhaps the most spectacular-for tourists who come to Stana de Vale, called Bohodei Waterfall loop trail. In this situation, tourists follow trail 12 (red stripe) to Bohodei Saddle and from there descend on trail 21 and climb on trail 20. It is not recommended to do the loop trail in reverse.