This is the name of the mountain peak overlooking the city, as part of the Central Crest of The Karkonosze Mountains. Its altitude is 1362 m above sea level and can be reached by a chair lift from SKI ARENA at the foot of Szrenica. A well known mountain hostel “Szrenica” welcomes tourists at the top of the mountain covered by a granite disforest. Even though Szrenica is not a high mountain it offers climatic and snow cover conditions very similar to The Alpes at the altitude of 2000 m above sea level, which provides excellent skiing conditions and well functioning skiing infrastructure. 20 km of ski pists along Szrenica slopes, as well as the overall network of ski lifts, have been attracting enthusiasts of white craze to Szklarska Poręba for years. Szrenica also offers an excellent view point over Jelenia Góra Valley, The Izery Mountains and The Kaczawskie Maountains. Next to the top there are three interesting rock groups – Końskie Łby [Horse Heads], Szronowiec[Hoar-frosted rock], Trzy Świnki [Three Pigs]. Access: along red trail (Główny Szlak Sudecki [Main Sudeten Trail],or for less persistent tourists by a chair lift and about 10 min. walk along black trail. Northern and eastern slopes of Szrenica are traversed by a green trail from Hala Szernicka past Końskie Łby to the mountain hostel at the foot of Łabski Szczyt.