You set out from the “U Stolema” Boarding House, heading downhill along the street. Then you turn right and walk on a pavement for some 100m, then you turn left and proceed along the lake on the Walking Lane. Having covered a distance of about 800m you find yourself on a street where you turn left towards Ostrzyce. Just before the Ostrzyce Boarding House you take a right turn and stroll along the bank of the Radunia River. You cross the footbridge and turn right, according to the markings, into Kasztelańska Street. After about 200m you turn left in the direction of Ramleje, climbing a prominent hillside. Then, you ramble along some fields and byways, continuing to go ahead. When you reach a crossroads you take a right turn and into Ramlejska Street, heading staight on. At another road crossing you turn right towards Goręczyno. Further on you climb a series of rises in the land stretching for a longsection of the trail (approx. 2km). When you reach the village of Goręczyno you go past the church and turn right, reverting to the left immediately afterwards. After another 50m turn right and make for Rąty. This section goes along an asphalt road (Rąty is about 1.7km away). When you arrive at Rąty the asphalt road ends and you take a right turn, trekking by some buildings for another 400m. This is where the road meets the green trail. Following the markings you turn left and walk the joint route to Kolańska Huta. The track runs at the edge of the forest, unfolding a breathtaking view over the watchtower and Wieżyca Hill (328.6m above sea level). Passing by some farm buildings you reach the fringe of the forest, where you need to turn right onto a wide forest road. Following the signposted route you go up a hill and arrive at the Kolańska Huta forester’s lodge. Then, you take a rather steep path down heading towards Ostrzyce. At the edge of the forest you proceed along a footpath to the right and after a 500-metre walk you reach the “U Stolema” Boarding House. The whole trail runs along wide roads so that larger groups of tourists can easily travel along it.