The article is an attempt to explore and describe the audio motifs in mountain poems by Julian Przyboś. The author, using the methodological achievements of the anthropology of sound, attempts to analyze and interpret poems devoted to the mountains. The article presents a number of concepts developed by the sound studies’ methodology, such as audiosphere, phonosphere, sonosphere, soundscape, or galenosphere. The text clearly demonstrates the existence of Przyboś’s ideas about the world of sounds which the poet contained both in his poems and his program texts. Particularly noteworthy is the poet’s conceptualization of silence and silence in the mountain space.