The Elbe Mine (Elbgrund in German) is a glacial valley on the upper reaches of the Elbe River at its Giant Mountains.
The Elbe Mine is located in the National Park Mountains and leads from Labská bouda to Špindlerův Mlýn. Count Harrach built the first road through the Elbe Mine at the end of 19. century. The length of the mine is approximately 8 kilometers and is led by the blue tourist mark.
The cascading Pančavský and Labský waterfall, which is located in close proximity to Labská bouda, falls into the Elbe Mine. Near the mine there is a scree cave Krakonošova treasury.