Mt. Zawodna (also Mt. Zawada in some sources) is a hill rising to 445 m a.s.l. in the central part of Kaczawskie Foothills, next to the little village of Gozdno. It is built of Permian volcanic rocks – rhyolites. In their weathered mantle, which covers the slopes of Mt. Zawodna and the shoulders of adjacent valleys, one can find agates. Until recently, the summit lacked reasons to visit, but this changed in 2018, when a wooden observation tower was built. It is 20 m high, with the viewing platform at 16 m high. From the top one can have 360° panoramic view of the Kaczawskie Foothills and Kaczawskie Mountains. Well visible are elevations built of Cenozoic basalts: Mt. Wilcza Góra, Mt. Grodziec, Mt. Ostrzyca, Muchowskie Wzgórza hills and the cone of Czartowska Skała. In close distance one can clearly see the large basalt quarry “Krzeniów” whose operation almost totally erased Mt. Łysanka. In the southerly direction extends the skyline of the Kaczawskie Mountains, with Mt. Okole, Mt. Połom and Dłużek – Marciniec ridge to the east of Wojcieszów. If visibility is particularly good, one can also recognize the Karkonosze massif with Mt. Śnieżka, Wałbrzyskie and Sowie Mountains. Access to the tower is possible along paths branching from the Trail of Extinct Volcanoes, connecting the village of Kondratów and Mt. Wielisławka. Several single-track bike routes were traced in the vicinity. At the outskirts of Gozdno, at the foot of Mt. Zawodna, there is a partly reconstructed monument of villagers who lost their lives during World War I.