Elevation gain: 524 meters
Elevation loss: 248 meters
From Cama the valley’s path continues to the left of the small station where, after crossing the tracks, you come upon a fork. You make a right and climb up on a trail in the woods, which reaches the road at a switchback (440 m; 0,6 km). Here you continue on the asphalt road and head down to the right, then turn left and cross the main road and finally turn right to cross the river and head to the community of Norantola (374 m; 1,6 km). As you leave behind the last houses, you take a mule track that runs alongside the river, cuts through a wooded area and finally crosses the small, gently sloping road that takes us through the meadows and to the bridge of Sorte (403 m; 3,1 km). You cross the bridge and turn right, walk through the field for a short stretch, up to a small road which, once again to the right, leads to the Rosera flood plain, where you travel on dirt. Beyond the flood plain, you cross the cantonal road (414 m; 5 km), turn right and approach the grotti and the creek. Here you climb on the left and reach the parish church of San Giorgio (495 m; 6,3 km), where the road leads us downhill, across the countryside with the historic barns of Cabié (442 m; 7,5 km), and the church of San Nicolao in the community of Cabbiolo (456 m; 8,4 km).
After Cabbiolo, the path cuts across the road, weaves around Ara and its hydroelectric plant and
reaches the base of the Boffalora waterfall; it continues on flat land across fields and woods, just to cross again the cantonal road and then starts climbing up along the former railway route (551 m; 12,3 km). The track slowly climbs to the old station of Soazza, where this leg ends. It is possible to arrive here also by making a detour on the left and climbing the headland of San Martino, along the old Gardanell mule track.