Starting from Running Creek Road at Rathdowney, the road winds its way alongside the creek and railway. It then changes course at the bottom of the mountain and becomes Lions Road. At the top of the mountain is the border crossing into NSW. It is a toll point for those contributing to the road itself. There are camera's but no speed sign. Who knows it may be a camera that takes your picture if you don't contribute to the funds. Lions road then curls around the mountains to the bottom and then becomes Gladys Creek road as it winds along the valley, finally stopping at the junction of the Kyoglie - Woodenbong road. The video is stopped as I head towards Woodenbong. Part 3 is taken part way along Summerland Way but because I didn't bring a spare battery for the camera it stops filming before I get to the Woodenbong turn off.