In 1978-1979 GG Simferopol cavers found siphon connections between previously known caves, thus opening a single cave system Vyalov – azimuth – landslide. In the mine landslide (110/59 m) discovered the remains of Ice Age fauna. A special place among sports caves takes Ayanskaya (560/20 m). but into her flooded gallery can only cavers, scuba divers. The cave Emine-Bair (210/43 m) and mine Gugerdzhin (60/20 m) are sinter, here found numerous remains of ancient fauna.
If sports are the lot of the cave-trained athletes, the usual tourists enjoy visiting public cavity, the most famous of which are Suuk-Koba (The Cold ') and Binbash-Koba ('Thousand'), located in the northwest of the Lower Plateau Chatyrdaga. Name Suuk-Koba, apparently, is connected with those at the back of the cave never drying up delicate baths with cool water. These slight deepening over the centuries been used as a source of clean drinking water, rare in anhydrous plateau. The cave-Koba Binbash found a huge collection of human bones. On Dolgorukovskaya Yayla is the longest karst cave in Europe – six-storey Kizil-Koba. The cave more than 16 km, the longest cave in Europe.
By Gorge cave is created by a small mountain river Kizilkobinkoy. Saturated lime water river defer it in the form of limestone tuffs, and gradually formed a platform capacity of 400 thousand m3, blocking the gorge, like a dam. Rushing down, the river forms a waterfall cascade over 50 feet tall. The upper slopes of the valley is composed of reddish limestone, which gave the name of the gorge, river and cave.