Located near the village of Belaya Skala, which stands for White Rock in Russian, (Ak-Kaya in Crimean Tatar) in the Belogorsk District, this majestic vertical rocky wall towers over the valley of the Biyuk-Karasu River. Its summit is 325 m above sea level, and 100 m above the valley. The upper part of the rock is trenched with natural pillars, grottoes and rounded niches developed as a result of weathering. At the bottom of the rock, above the thickets of wild rose and hornbeam, you can see the products of weathering — rockslide debris, piles of boulders and erosion hollows.