Leaving the Bodzentyn market, we go towards the unique Jodłowa Forest in the Świętokrzyski National Park. Through the forest, we go to the town of Święta Katarzyna, located at the foot of the highest, available peak of the Świętokrzyskie Mountains - Łysica (613 m a.s.l.) - to which we climb through the forest. Walking through stone runs we pass the highest peak of the Świętokrzyskie Mountains - Agata (614 m a.s.l.) - and the chapel of St. Nicholas. Behind the village of Huta Szklana, we begin the ascent Łysa Góra (594 m a.s.l.), below which is the monastery of Oblates on the Święty Krzyż.

From Bodzentyn to Święta Katarzyna we go along the blue walking trail, and from Święta Katarzyna through Łysica to the Święty Krzyż - we follow the red trail.

Due to the mountain nature of the stage, bicycle pilgrims from Bodzentyn should follow the blue bicycle trail towards Nowa Słupia at the foot of the Święty Krzyż. Next, you can drive along provincial road No. 756 to Łagów.