Kežmarský Štit from Vel'ká Vidlová Veža
Kežmarský Štit lies in a long lateral ridge, which detaches from the main ridge of Tatra Mountains on Vyšná Barania Stražnicá / Wyżni Barani Zwornik and include such fames summits like Lomnický Štit, Pyšný Štit and Baranié Rohy. Kežmarský Štit ascends over Skalnatá / Łomnicka Valley in the south direction, Huncovská / Huncowska Valley in the east and Vel’ká Zmrzlá / Dzika Valley in the west (more exactly its south branch – Medená Kotlina / Miedziana Kotlina). It is separated from Vidlový Hrebeň / Grań Wideł by Kežmarská Štrbina / Kieżmarska Przełęcz (in south-west direction), from Malý Kežmarský Štit by Vyšná Kežmarská Štrbina / Wyżnia Kieżmarska Przełęcz (north) and from Huncovský Štit / Huncowski Szczyt by Huncovské Sedlo / Huncowska Przełęcz.
A view from the top in the west direction is limited because of a near neighbourhood of such summits like Lomnický Štit, Pyšný Štit, Baranié Rohy, but it is the best point for panorama on a surroundings of Vel’ká Zmrzlá Valley. In the north direction you can admire whole Belanske Tatry. At the foot in the east the Spiš arranges – very interesting historical province of Slovak Republic.
The Slovak and Polish name of this summit comes from Bielej Vody Kežmarskej / Kieżmarska Valley and this from the one of Spiš’ towns, which was an owner of this area.