Králický Sněžník or Śnieżnik Kłodzki is a mountain in Eastern Bohemia, located on the border between the Czech Republic and Poland. The name Sněžník or Śnieżnik derives from the word for "snow"; the mountain has snow cover for up to eight months a year. In Czech the adjective Králický is added to distinguish it from the mountain called Děčínský Sněžník. An alternative Polish name is Śnieżnik Kłodzki, from the town of Kłodzko. In German the mountain is known as Glatzer Schneeberg, Grulicher Schneeberg, or Spieglitzer Schneeberg.
The mountain is the highest peak of the Śnieżnik massif. It lies between the town Králíky and the Kłodzko Gap that separates it from the Golden Mountains.