The Roztoka Valley is located in the High Tatras in the south of Poland. The Roztoka Creek flows at its bottom, it originates from Great Polish Pond, the Tatra lake located on the slopes of Miedziane Peak. The Roztoka flows into the river Białka. The creek falls from the threshold of the Valley of the Five Polish Ponds creating the 70-meter waterfall called Siklawa. Near the mouth of the creek to the Białka river, there are so-called Wodogrzmoty Mickiewicza – several-meter cascades at the rock threshold between the Roztoka and Białka Valleys. In the vicinity of the Roztoka Creek there are several hiking trails.