Ponds. On the western slope of the mountain four landslide lakes known as “Czaple Stawy”(“Heron Ponds, with the largest “Swan Pond” are located. From spring to late autumn the ponds are inhabited by several water bird species.
Pavilions. On the northern slope of the mountain two wooden huts built in the 19th century overlook the Palenica Valley. The huts are known as “Wanda" and "Dream", respectively”.
Kraszewski's Bench, put up to commemorate the 50th anniversary of his artistic activity in the so-called ‘Edwardowka’. The unveiling ceremony took place on August 1, 1881. The monument was designed by a famous artist Wojciech Gerson. Some 20 years later, a bronze bust of Kraszewski was set up close to the bench, with an inscription “J.I. Kraszewski’s place. To commemorate his stay in Krynica in 1866 at its anniversary in 1897." Kraszewski spent the summer of 1866 in Krynica where he underwent a health treatment. His stay was abruptly ended due to the Prussian-Russian political conflicts.
At the mountain Summit there is an upper station of a cable car and the restaurant "U Babci Maliny”. Particular attraction called "Paradise slides" is a high tower from which one can slide down the mountain slope using specially constructed steel "slide gutter." On a clear day the summit offers a stunning view of the Beskid Sadecki, Beskid Niski and sometimes even the Tatra Mountains.
The Cable Car Line was built in the 1920s on the initiative of E. Chodzicki, the professor at the Agricultural University of Cracow, who modernized the entire Spa Park by expanding the tracks, planting exotic trees and setting up clearings which allowed beautiful views of the surroundings. The cable car line used for the first time on December 17th 1937 was at that time the second of its kind in Europe. It is 642 m long and spans a 142 m difference in altitude. The lower station is located in the so-called “Janowiec”, between 'Hydropatria' and the Hotel 'President'.