The highest waterfall of Crimea is located on the river with the same name, 390 m above the sea. The waterfall is 98.5 m high, with two cascades. There is a small building above the second cascade with a water inlet topped with a sculpture of an eagle. It looks very impressive during heavy rains and when the snow melts on the plateau. In the summer, it dries off almost completely and sometimes freezes over in the winter. It is located in the Yalta Mountain and Forest Nature Reserve.