The highest waterfall in the Polish Karkonosze Mountains.The threshold of the waterfall is located at an altitude of 843 m above sea level. The waterfall falls with a three-stage cascade 27 m high to the beautiful Kamienieczyk Gorge.
Kamienieczyk's gorge is about 100 m long, its vertical, its rocky walls reach over 25 m in height, and the width on some sections does not exceed 4 meters. The central cascade of the waterfall is partially carved artificially by the Walonians, a cave - the so-called" The Golden Cave "with clusters of pegmatite and amethysts. At the waterfall there are hostels" Kamieńczyk "and" Szałas Sielanka ".