As you walk on, the scenery is getting more romantic with rock faces and little gravel crevasses. In the past this was where the raftsmen guided the tree trunks to Schiers, often in mortal danger. The natives of the hamlet Salfsch, however, were sawing the wood there and then. The building of the old sawmill can still be recognized on the right above the second bridge. From this bridge the path to Schuders branches off left and is immediately ascending steeply. At the end it is about 200 metres uphill to the mountain village Schuders - admittedly quite strenuous but always in the shade of a pleasant forest path. The reward is awaiting you in the mountain village Schuders from where you have a fantastic panoramic view over to the 'Rätschen' massif. There is the possibility to wait for the post-office van in the restaurant 'Post' or else to walk back to Schiers across the Salgina World-Monument Bridge.