The Opawskie Mountains (Polish: Góry Opawskie, German: Oppagebirge) or Zlatohorská Highlands (Czech: Zlatohorská vrchovina, German: Zuckmanteler Bergland) are a mountain range of the Eastern Sudetes in the Czech Republic and Poland.
The Opawskie Mountains stretch from northern Czech Silesia into Polish Upper Silesia, the eastern continuation of the Golden Mountains range. It borders on the Nízký Jeseník range in the south and the Hrubý Jeseník (High Ash Mountains) in the southwest. The Polish part of the range includes the protected area known as Opawskie Mountains Landscape Park. It is named after the Opava River with its source in the neighbouring Hrubý Jeseník range. The highest peak is Příčný vrch (975 meters above sea level).