Giewont is a mountain massif located in the Western Tatras.
Giewont is made up of three different peaks, Small Giewont, Great Giewont and Long Giewont. climbing on Giewont is strictly banned, instead, hiking on the hiking trails is allowed in all seasons except winter. Giewont is a very popular destination over the summer where thousands of tourists hike up every day. In Polish folklore, Giewont is associated with a legend about oversleeping knights. The knights are said to be awoken when Poland is in danger. This legend could come from the fact that the profile of Giewont looks like a lying knight. The mountains elevation is 6,217 feet.