Further down the path, a small bridge spans the gap between cliff faces; the Hura-Mafa River churns below.
Past the bridge, the Path continues on in a south-southeasterly direction, passing right through the open grasslands between Ga-Koro and Ta-Koro. Closer to Ta-Koro, the path is intersected by Sky's Heights Way, leading up into the mountains of Ko-Wahi.
Past the intersection, the Path bends quite sharply, heading directly east to the borders of the northern Charred Forest. A branch to the northeast, the Ta-Wahi Beach Path, runs parallel to the Forest's edge. At this point, the path becomes unmarked, leading through the Forest and to Ta-Koro.
The Old Fusa Path is haggard and sparsely marked. Traditionally underdeveloped, the Path is a simple dirt path; slightly rutted and clearly visible amidst the grassy areas it cuts through. Harakeke and bamboo trees line the rocky areas and cliff-faces around the parts of the path closest to Ga-Koro. Past the bridge, the path ventures into grassy hills, before seeming to fade away closer to the border of the Charred Forest.