The route starts on the market in Nysa and leads to the Złotogłowice Grove situated away from the town. We start from the Baptistery at the St. Jacob and St. Agnes Basilica, which, after the thirty years’ war, was added as a votive offering for the dead. Then, we go to the St. Elisabeth monastery and church, to pay particular attention to the votive chapel and, a bit further, the small St. Roch Church hidden among the trees. The church was founded by the pilgrims after the miraculous disappearance of the epidemic. The most remote point of the trail is the church called “Mariahilfe.” The name refers to a story of a peasant driving a cart who was miraculously saved from an accident.