After you take this left turn, the path is marked by white-and-red trail marker circles and goes steep uphill all the way to the ridge. Approximately one hour after, you should reach a ridge and a new junction. The left path leads down into Perućica primeval forest and should be ignored, because it is forbidden to enter the forest without a guide. You should take the path on the right, which follows the ridge (south-east direction). From this point, there’s no more white and red signs on trees, but the orientation shouldn’t be difficult as the path is very visible and all time goes along the ridge until you reach the Prijevor pass. At one point, the path comes to the flat part of the ridge and is harder to notice, but looking to the right, should direct you towards the last parts of the ridge where the path is more overgrown by young trees and shrubs.
After approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes you should reach a meadow with the dominant peak of Maglić (2386 m) in the background and, approaching the watchtower, should reach the road and parking spot at Prijevor pass.
Just beneath the parking in it’s westernmost spot, you can refill your water as there is a source of fresh water lasting all year long.
From here, your trail goes towards the south, following the dirt road where some shepherd’s huts can be seen above and later on, below the road. At a few spots, the road is taken away by the rockslides and some 30 minutes away from Prijevor, the road is dividing in two paths. In the end, both paths will get you down to the Suva Jezerina, but the one on the right that goes steeply downhill will get you to the crossing sign where you should turn right, towards north-western direction, toward Suha. From now on, the path follows the natural gorge in between high rocks and later it turn in to a dirt road going downwards all the way to the place where you parked your car. This is reachable in three hours from Suva Jezerina.