Kamieńczyk waterfall (846 m) - the highest waterfall in the Polish Sudetes. Water from stream Kamieńczyk falls through three cascades from a height of 27 m. After the middle cascade there is a cave artificially forged by Walończycy, who centuries ago were searching here for amethysts and pegmatites. This cave is called the Golden Den.
Before World War II a waterfall Kamieńczyk had a status of monument of nature. Nowadays it is a strictly protected area, forming part of the Giant Mountains National Park.