Behind the Ranft Chapel, the trail continues over a footbridge past the chapel at Müsli, up to Melchtalerstrasse. After a short stretch through the forest, you can already see the church of St. Niklausen. The free-standing bell tower and the interior of the church with its medieval frescoes and rural-baroque painted ceiling are well worth inspecting.
The trail continues north-eastwards to the Dominican convent of Bethanien. From there it leads to Hinter Egg and then down the Eggallmend to Unter Egg and the Hohe Brücke, the highest wooden bridge in Europe, which spans the 103-metre-deep Melchaatobel. The Melchi estate on the right after the bridge once belonged to Niklaus von Flüe. From here it is only a short distance along the Melchaa gorge back to Flüeli.