The Gornarod Track is the principal road in the Schodni Mountains, from the in the far western part of the to the in the . a distance of 3341 km.
From the , the road drops down into the narrow Lower valley, just west of where it is joined by the . The river crossing is a well built stone bridge. maintains a fortified strongpoint at bridge for protection against marauding L'npei. Although the valley crossing can be made in one long day, travelers often take the hospitality of the garrison to break the trip across the valley into two days.
The road climbs back into the highlands and follows the narrow plateau that skirts the western shoulder of Gornarod territory, too far for L'npei to venture. until the land opens up into the broad , a plateau that contains the rich lands controlled by the . From the , the road heads back east, through the and down into the valley. It follows the valley all the way to the , where it climbs back into the highlands. Unlike the Valley, the Valley is deep within
Just over the ridgeline to the north of valley along an arm of the valley formed by the , a tributary of the Guer. It follows the Ogni until it joins with the Guer and then continues up the west bank of the Guer to the top of the valley, where it exits back up into the highlands and continues on to ., the road drops back into the Upper
From follows the western side of the to the base of , a distance of 436 km. At Mt. Zatow, the road turns west and descends into the and on to the ., the road follows the central plateau all the way to . Leaving Jerhez, the road
Jerhez Working maintains responsibility for the fortified along the Gornarod Track from to and supports those posts from its on Mt. Zatow.
- to – 841 km
- to – 565 km
- to – 892 km
- to – 507 km
- to – 536 km