Jahňací peak (2229 m) is the most eastern peak of High Tatras. There are four ridges, running from the peak – south-western towards Kolové saddle with touristic track, north-western – separating Jahňací kettle from Kolová valley, north-eastern – belongs to Kopské saddle and south-eastern – separating Červená valley from the valley of Biele tarns. There is a magnificent view from the peak. The first known ascent to the peak was performed by English traveller Robert Townson. However, the peak had been reached by shepherds, hunters and miners before, who were mining copper in its north-western ridges during the 18th century. The first winter climbers reached Jahňací peak in 1911.