The track leads through:
Pod Bukovcem (under the mountain Bukovec) – Jizerka rozcestí (crossroad) – Rybí loučky – Zelený kámen rozcestí (crossroad) – chata Smědava (mountain chalet) – rozcestí silnic (crossroad) – Na Kneipě – Čihadlo – Mariánskohorské boudy – Protržená přehrada – silnice Souš-Smědava (road Souš-Smědava) – kříž na Promenádní cestě (cross at Promenádní cesta) – Horní Polubný – Kořenov – Údolí Jizery (valley of the Jizera river) – Pod Bukovcem (under the mountain Bukovec).
Sights on the track:
Bukovec is the highest basaltic hill in Middle Europe (1002 m). There is an old basaltic quarry on its base and a nature trail in a reserve.
Jizerka is a settlement with the highest sea-level altitude in the Jizera mountains. It has a digging history of precious and semiprecious stones. A glass factory was built here in 1828, the melting of glass continued here until 1911.
Na Čihadle – there are several moorlands in the space between the summits of Jizera and Černá hora, the most famous is called Na Čihadle. Interesting are various plants, which can be found here.
Protržená přehrada – there was a dam break in 1916 on the river Bílá Desná, with catastrophic consequences. Nowadays we can see some remaining parts of the dam – tower, remains of the dam body and an underground diversion tunnel bringing the water to the nearby dam Souš.
Smědava – the mountain chalet Smědava was built in 1935
Velká jizerská louka is a large moorland in a shallow valley of the river Jizera.