After leaving Kłodzko (please be careful when crossing National Road No. 8) the trail leads along the edge of the Ścinawka River Valley, through the western part of the Kłodzka Valley, with a view of the massifs of the Sowie Mountains and the Stołowe Mountains. In Ścinawka Dolna it leads to the neo-Romanesque church. St. James. After a forest section (the only one on this stage) to the observation tower in Suszyn, we are approaching one of the most important Marian shrines in Lower Silesia - Wambierzyce. At the beginning of the eighteenth century, the city was rebuilt like Jerusalem; that is why later it was often called "Silesian Jerusalem".