Sokolica (747 m a.s.l.) is the top of the Central Pieniny mountain range. From Czertezik, in the same ridge, it is separated by the Sosnów pass. Beech and fir forests cover the northern slopes, and on the top relict pine trees can be found (the oldest one is approx. 500 years old). The highest fault under the Sokolica peak is almost a vertical wall with a height of 100 meters. Below, there is a pointed rock called Sugar Head (an outlier, particularly impressive if observed from the Pieniny Way). Its name comes from the falcons nesting there in the past. Sokolica used to be a tourist destination long ago and has remained so to this day.