The Jahňací Peak (2229 m) is the last peak in the eastern part of the High Tatras. It consists of four mountain combs: the south-western one with a marked tourist path leading to the Kolové Saddle; the north-western one - separating the Jahoací basin from the Kolová Valley; the north-eastern one - descending down to the Kopské Saddle and the south-eastern one - separating the Eervená dolina (Red Valley) from the valley of the Biele plesá (the White Mountain-lakes).
Robert Townson was officially the first person that climbed up on the top of this peak. Local shepherds, miners and punchers had certainly been on the top already before him. Miners mined copper in the north-western comb in the 18-th century. The first winter mountain-climbers were at the Jahňací Peak in 1911.