On the way from Glavaš to the source of the Cetina River, there are no hiking trail markings. However, the route takes us along a field, and orientation is not difficult. We reach the source of the Cetina River in one hour and thirty minutes of hiking. In continuation of this trail section, the White Line of Via Dinarica follows the course of the Cetina River downstream, along the shores of the Peruča Lake, to the edge of the field of Sinjsko polje. A more demanding hiking alternative is available too, by hiking across Troglav. However, this mountaineering option entails challenges such as finding overnight accommodation facilities or supplies, and water shortage is an issue as well. In addition, orientation in the terrain is demanding, and hikers must also cross the state border, so taking the alternative lowland route that follows the Cetina River is better and advised option. Another possibility is to take a hiking tour of one part of Svilaja. However, in this case we need to take into account the fact that a longitudinal tour is not possible, since the northern part of Svilaja was affected by war, and it is still not safe due to the consequences of military activities.
The route from the source of the Cetina River downstream towards the Peruča Lake and Sinjsko polje takes us along local roads (without much traffic on them). Therefore, we can take these roads on foot, or – even better – by bicycle. Peruča Lake is worth exploring along a little-known road leading along the lake on the eastern side (one section of that road is covered in gravel). From Rumin, we continue in the same direction towards Otok kod Sinja, where we reach the pilgrimage Route of Our Lady of Sinj.