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A satellite view of the Crimean Mountains.

The Crimean Mountains (Russian: Крымские Горы, translit. Krymskie Gory; Ukrainian: Кримскі Гори, translit. Krymski Hory; Crimean Tatar: Qırım dağları) is a range of mountains running parallel to the south-east coast of Crimea, Ukraine, between about five and eight miles (13 km) from the sea. Toward the west, the mountains drop steeply to the Black Sea, and to the east, they change it slowly into a steppe landscape.

Crimean Mountains consist of three subranges. The highest is the Main range. Main range is subdivided into several massives, known as yaylas or mountain plateaus (Yayla is Crimean Tatar for "Alpine Meadow"). They are:

  • Baydar Yayla
  • Ay-Petri Yayla
  • Yalta Yayla
  • Nikita Yayla
  • Gurzuf Yayla
  • Babugan Yayla
  • Chatyr-Dag Yayla
  • Dologorukovskaya (Subatkan) Yayla
  • Demirji Yayla
  • Karabi Yayla

The Crimea's highest peak is the Roman-Kosh (Ukrainian and Russian: Роман-Кош, Crimean Tatar: Roman Qoş) on the Babugan Yayla, 1545 m. above sea level metres (5,000 feet) high. Other important peaks over 1,200 metres include:

The most important passes over the Crimean Mountains are:

Rivers of the Crimean Mountains include the Alma River, Chernaya River, and Salhir River on the northern slope and Uchan-su River on the southern slope which forms the Uchan-su waterfall, a popular tourist attraction and highest waterfall in Ukraine.

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Coordinates: 44°45′N 34°30′E / 44.75°N 34.5°E / 44.75; 34.5

 

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