Polonyna Wetlina in a Eastern Bieszczady Mountains is a massif with several vertices, and its continuation is the mountain Smerek separated M. Orlowicz pass. South-western slopes of the massif are short and steep fall in the valley Wetlina, the western valley Prowczy and Nasicznianski Potok, while the north-eastern pass into long ridges that gently descend to the more distant San valley. Pass through Przelecz Wyzna Po這nina Wetli雟ka massif connects to the Dzial. The highest parts of the Bieszczady massif cover the typical pastures, exceeding 1050 meters there are beech forests. With pastures offering extensive views and is the highest situated here Bieszczady shelter: "House at Pooh Corner" (1228 m). With Polonyna Wetlinska are connected many legend, for robbers and their numerous hiding places.