There are no settlements in the zone between Fužine and Vrata to the north and Sunger and Mrkopalj to the east, so the White Line takes hikers through a solitary forest area. It is best to start the climb to Bitoraj from Vrata, where there is a railway station. A marked trail leads from the railway station towards Bitoraj, branching into several trail options (taking 2.5 to 3 hours). One good access route is also available from Lič – a settlement south of Fužine – along the Gorski Kotar Hiking Trail. The trails from Vrata and from Lič meet on the mountain pass of Javorje below the peak of Bitoraj. Not far from the peak of Bitoraj, there is a simple mountain shelter. From the peak of Bitoraj onwards, the White Line of Via Dinarica continues along the Gorski Kotar Hiking Trail towards the peak of Čelimbaša above Mrkopaljsko polje. There is a ski slope on that peak, and also a permanently open mountain lodge Bijele stijene nearby, in the village of Tuk.