It is located in the ridge running from Gromadzka Pass (938 m) through the Okrúhla Peak (958 m) in a south-easterly direction, in a place where the ridge turns to the north-east, continuing through the Świnia's Ridge to Karczmarska and Bucznik Mountains (669 m) and to the fork of the Poprad and Czercz rivers.
At the top of this mountain a 20-metre-high lookout tower has been erected from which you can admire the surrounding Polish and Slovakian hills. Once you climb the tower, you can see the entire Beskid Sądecki, Little Pieniny (Pieniny Małe), Pieniny and the Tatra Mountains.
The ascent is well-marked with information boards. During the hike, you pass several large clearings that offer charming views. There are benches along the trail where you can sit and rest while traversing the route. Stairs have been installed to make the steeper sections of the trail more accessible. Lovers of mountain hiking will also find a covered gazebo and a place for a bonfire on the summit of Eliaszówka. A special obstacle course has been created here for enthusiasts of two wheels.