Wysoki Kamiń is the peak 1058 m above sea level overlooking Szklarska Poręba from the west and situated in the High Crest of The Izery Mountains. There are characteristic picturesque rocks at the top from which one of the most beautiful panoramas of The Sudety Mountains can be admired. The following ranges are visible from this point: The Karkonosze Mountains, The Rudawy Janowickie Mountains, The Izery Mountains, The Izerskie Plateau, The Kaczawskie Mountains, The Kaczwskie Palteau and Jelenia Góra Valley. Until 1963 a tourist hostel was functioning there. At present a small shop and a buffet are open and a new hostel is under construction. The Gołba family from Szklarska Poręba are present hosts of Wysoki Kamień. In Middle Ages the area was intensely excavated by the Walloons and described in legends. Wysoki Kamień can be accessed by red trail (GSS) from Szklarska Poręba to Świeradów Zdrój and yellow trail from Szklarska Poręba Dolna [Lower Szklarska Poręba] through Zakręt Śmierci [The Death Curve].