The route starts from “Spyros’ Traditional Tavern” in Abeliona. At the beginning it coincides with Route 1 (Abeliona-Sklerou-Temple of Apollo Apollo). But just before the source Lykogiannis turns left and follows a steep uphill path, through a dense chestnut forest, to the Granitsa area. It continues in a dense chestnut, oak and holly forest, slightly uphill to Megalakoma. At Kyriaki, Aloni crosses Route 7 (Petra-Stavrouli) and proceeds through the modern rural dirt road, following the old footpath, to Ammes.
Ammes is a small plateau with terraces, threshing floors and old huts. There the route leaves the dirt road and follows a downhill path leading to the Platanos area. It continues downhill, with unobstructed views and in the area of Avoros again meets a modern rural dirt road. He follows her for a while and after crossing the ravine she reaches the Marina. Marina is one of the oldest villages in the area and is the first to be mentioned in the Venetian censuses.
From the Marina, a steep uphill trail, overlooking ancient Iera and Mount Tetrazi, rises up to the crest of the supernatural massif. From there, with a gentle downhill slope, it crosses a point where the ruins of the old watermill are discerned, leading to a dirt road leading to the settlement of Skliros.