After 600 m, it reaches the plateau area, where it follows the peak and then goes on the curve to the village of Sohodol, located at the springs of the Sohodol Valley.
Once we get to the main street of the village, we turn left and follow this street southwest.
Soon the road starts to climb and after 750 m it leaves the village. We continue to climb smoothly up the hill Boroslava Mică (1022 m), the highest point on the route. From here the road descends 1,5 km up the southwest to the saddle from the valleys of the Văcărita Valley (under this name is known the upper course of the Sohodolului valley that we traveled the first part of the route).
From this saddle, we leave the road, which continues to Vadu Dobrii, and we head towards the left, on the highway to Alun. At a distance of 3.5 km, we head to a wide, unspoiled hillside, bypassing the valley of the Valley of the Valley. To the north of the valley, we soon see the village of Sohodol, crammed between two hillside hills. Once we cross the Curcubel Hill, we go down to Alun village. From the entrance to the village we follow the road to the right, cross the Alun marble quarry to the exit of the locality and down the road of the pit in Poieniţa valley.
Above us, to the south, is Bunila village. Next, we go along the road downstream of the water downstream about 800 m, to climb
Then in the right slope (south) on a road that leads us to the peak between the villages of Bunila and Poienița Voinei, near the entrance to Poienița Voinei.
We pass through this locality of woods with a small church in a very picturesque position, lying on a narrow ridge at the exit of the village and continue the road to Ghelari through Ruda (for the description, see the first part of Route 1). From Ghelari we can go down by minibus to Hunedoara or to Cinciş Motel.