The best way to get to Harrachovy kameny is in the direction from Špindlerův Mlýn, ie by cable car to Medvědín and then on foot. Another option is the route from Rokytnice nad Jizerou through Dvoračky, or from the north in the direction from Labská bouda. Harrach's stones are located between the Kotle massif and Vrbatový vrch. It is interesting that with a height of 1421 meters they are the 10th highest place in the Giant Mountains. The top part, which is formed by granite rocks, offers panoramic views. As in the palm of our hand we have Kotel (Krkoháč) with Kotelní jáma, to the northwest we see the Jizera Mountains (Ještěd and Lužické mountains are hidden behind Kotle), to the north is Pančavská louka, springs Elbe, Violík and Polish hut U Sněžných jam - Wavel. The most impressive, however, is the view to the east, in front of us we have the Golden Hill and the entire width of the Krkonoše Massif, ie Šišák, Stříbrný ridge, Sněžka, Luční and Studniční mountains, part of Kozí ridges and far right Černá hora. In clear weather (which was lucky for us) we can see, for example, Kunětice Mountain, Trosky and in the Polish Góry Sowie with the peak of Wielka Sowa (1013 m).