GPS 43.122725, 76.895113
Catastrophic earthquake of 1911 determined a rock-fall nicknamed the 'Kamennyi cvetok' (Stone Flower). Tremendous catastrophe was of magnitude 10. Slopes of Kaskabas Mountain were broken down the gorge and formed three chambers extended to three sides as petals. The stem of stone flower constituted deep narrow canyon formed on the place of rivelets. Fallen slopes are of reddish tint. Water, sun, wind and unstable rocks determine its changeable appearance.
In time the rock-fall has been overgrown with trees and bushes of wild apricot, walnut, wild apple and dog-rose. In autumn, when vegetation is painted with rainbow colors, the rock-fall is especially beautiful.