Jelení studánka (Hirschbrunnen) lies on a ridge Vysoké hole at a height of 1311 meters, its location belongs to bruntálskému district. Stříbrný potok is the source of the creek, which is also a source of Podolského stream that is at the Velké Štáhle flows into Moravice.
Near the well is stone roofed shelter for tourists and skiers for bad weather on the way from Skřítek on Praděd, who was built by the members of the Mountain Rescue Service with the help of former District National Committee in Bruntal. Near Jelení spring grows many species of rare flora, among them Hvozdík pyšný.
In 1774 a monk established a 1.5 kilometer north of Jelení spring Velehrad monastery sheep pen, which burned down in 1779. The place was called the U tří studánek.
Jelení spring is an important crossroads, it is possible to go along the green trail over the Břidličná, Pecný, Pec and Ztracené skály on Skřítek (green trail), or around Čertov walls and Špičáku to Vernířovice (yellow trail, 7.5 km) or and continue along the red route main ridge overJelení spine, Velký Máj, Kamzičník and a Vysokou stick.
(Source: Mountains - Tourist Guide of Czechoslovakia, Olympia, 1991)