From Tarnita Arsitei Saddle, most likely after climbing on the yellow stripe trail (Summer Time – Catanelor Road), you continue to Mogosa Peak. The signpost in the saddle indicates an hour to the top, and from here you can see one of the relays on Mogosa Peak. For approximately 200 m, the red cross marking is joined by the yellow stripe marking. You get closer to the edge of the forest, and then you follow the winding path, with an increasing elevation gain. The path was cleared of fallen trees in the summer of 2018, so the marking can be followed without any problems. Once you get out of the forest, the path is not very clear, but you follow the edge of the forest for a few meters to the north and then get to the next marker. The grassy path is accompanied by markers on the rocks, the last being painted on a large rock, near the signpost. You are on a plateau with many transmission relays and several adjacent buildings, and the maximum elevation is reached on Mogosa Peak – 1,246 m. It is located on the NE side of the plateau and it is accompanied by an indicator.