Mount Pilsko rises to 1557 meters above sea level. It is the second highest massif of the Żywiec Beskids (after Babia Góra). The flattened top has a few peaks. The Polish-Slovak border runs across the massif. The highest point belonging on the Polish side is 1542 m tall. It is called “Góra Pięciu Kopców”. The distinctive silhouette of Pilsko, visible from afar, has long attracted hikers, who have a network of interesting trails at their disposal. It is also the highest point in the Silesian voivodeship.