Chatyr-Dag, part of the Crimean Mountains, is the fifth highest mountain range in Crimea. It is located in the southern part of the peninsula.
Chatry-Dag consists of the lower and upper plateaus, the latter of which has two peaks: Angar-Burun (1,453 m) and Eklizi-Burun (1,527 m). There are over 1,000 sinkholes, 200 caves, shafts and cavities. The caves in the lower plateau are open to visitors. Chatyr-Dag (ÇatırDağ) means "tent mountain" in Crimean Tatar.