The trail has two starting points – one is from the village of Salciua and the other one is from Huda lui Papara Cave. The first overlaps with trail 4 (red cross) and 150 m after crossing Valea Morilor (the Mills Valley) it separates from it. Climb through the deciduous forest, get out into a meadow, and after a pine forest come across trail 2 (red triangle). Walk past a hill foot and get to the intersection with the other route marked with a yellow stripe, which comes from Huda lui Papara Cave alongside trail 2 (red triangle). The arrow markers are painted on a rock. From here, the trail climbs steeply through the forest. Once you get up, your effort is rewarded with a beautiful view of the village of Salciua and not only. The slope softens and you reach Bedeleu plateau, where after a walk of about 1 km, you get to the intersection with trail 1 (red stripe) and 5 (blue stripe). Continue together with these two trails for about 600 m, up to a stone house surrounded by wild apple trees. Nearby, there is a stone cross and further down, there is a spring with a trough for cattle, place called La Rogoaze. From here, follow the road toward the valley, parallel to the creek that originates from this source (Bedeleu stream). As the valley becomes deeper and deeper, the trail continues on a road cut into the rock, which goes round Pleasa hill. At an old stone cross, the trail leaves this road and follows the interfluve between Izvoarele and Bedeleu creeks. Trail markers are scarce, but you always follow the ridge, first through pastures, then through the beech, oak and pine forest. Come across trail 12 (red dot) in a meadow. From here, you soon get out of the forest and see Templul Cavalerilor (Knights Temple) guesthouse in the valley, which is the direction you are heading to.