Jaworzyna Krynicka (1114 m above sea level) – a peak in Beskid Sądecki, near Krynica-Zdrój, the highest summit in the mountain range of Jaworzyna, situated in its eastern part. Its eastern and northern sides slope down to the Czarny Potok Valley (Black Torrent Valley) whereas its south-western sides slope down to the Szczawniczka Valley. There are mixed forests there: beechwoods, firwoods, sprucewoods. There are even caves there as well. There is Kamień Diabelski - Diabolic Stone on the eastern mountainside.
Góra Parkowa -Park Hill (742 m above sea level) – a peak in Beskid Sądecki, in the Krynica-Zdrój region. Park Zdrojowy -Spring Park of sixty hectares with many walking paths, arbours, three ponds, path of health, yellow marked tourist route and a sledge chute.
It is possible to go up the Park Hill with a funicular railway built in 1937, which is administrated by Polskie Koleje Linowe Sp. z o. o. (Polish Cable Railway Ltd. ). It was the first funicular railway in Poland. On the top, there is a viewpoint, Rajskie Zjeżdżalnie Paradise Slides and ski lift adjustable to children. It is also possible to see a disused sledge chute there.
Beskid Sądecki – a mountain range in the western part of the Carpathian Mountains , is a part of Western Beskidy. It covers the area of about 670 km², stretching from Dunajec in the west to the Valleys of Kamienica, Mochnaczka,Muszynka and the Tylicka Pass (688 m above sea level) in the east. The highest peak Radziejowa is 1262 m high. Mountains were formed as sedimentary rocks of the Magura Nappe.
Beskid Niski – a mountain range in the Carpathians that spreads over the Łupkowska Pass in the east and the Tylicka Pass in the west. The eastern border of Beskid Niski constitutes the border between the Eastern and Western Carpathians. Beskid Niski is the wildest mountain range in Poland.
Hala Łabowska – a peak and a glade in Beskid Sądecki, in the middle of Jaworzyna mountain range. Its name is derived from a Lemko village name Łabowa, whose inhabitants used to graze their sheep there. Nowadays, as grazing has ceased, this glade becomes overgrown with trees. From this point, looking northwards and northeastward, you can admire a panoramic view over the hills of Beskid Niski.
Bacówka PTTK Nad Wierchomlą – a Polish Tourist and Sightseeing Society’s ( a Polish acronym - PTTK) tourist chalet in Beskid Sądecki, in Jaworzyna mountain range, between Runk and Pusta Wielka. Situated 880 m above sea level, on an extensive Nad Wierchomlą glade, whose sides slope down to Mała Wierchomla. From this glade Radziejowa Range can be seen and with a good visibility Tatra Mountains as well. The chalet has run since 1978. The initiator of its construction was a member of Krynica unit of PTTK – Stanisław Nowak. It is located in a converted granary which was moved from Złockie village (therefore architecture unusual for chalets ).
Radziejowa (1262 m above sea level) – the highest peak of Beskid Sądecki, formed of sandstones. It is numbered among The Crown of Polish Mountains. It is situated in the main mountain ridge of Radziejowa mountain range, between Wielki Rogacz peak, from which it is separated by the Żłobki Pass and Złomisty Wierch mountain massif located behind the Long Pass. In front of the Long Pass there is a not towering height of Mała Radziejowa (1207 m above sea level). The main mountain ridge, looking from the west, turns here to the right, southwards, whereas, the side-ridge culminating in Jaworzyna and going down to the Wielka Roztoka Valley spreads northeastward, a small Magorzyca ridge branches off northwards. There is a Baniska nature reserve on the northern side of Radziejowa, where a Bania Cave in Radziejowa and a small landslide lake can be found. Both peak and the sides are wood-covered.