Janova skála is a mountain in the Giant Mountains on the southeast ridge of Čertova hora, 2 km south-southeast of Harrachov. At the top rises a massive rock, named after Count Johann von Harrach.

 About 300 n northwest of the main peak is a secondary peak, named by the authors of the project Thousands of Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia as Janova skála with a peak rock in a mature forest. Janova skála is accessible after turning the blue tourist sign between Čertová hora and Studenov. 

Simultaneously with the tourist sign, a cycle path from Harrachov and a marked ski path lead in these places. No road leads to the next peak, but thanks to the location in III. the KRNAP zone is accessible by terrain, preferably from the mentioned blue marked road, from which it is only 60 m southwest.