The Charysh region has a predominantly mountainous relief, turning in the north into the foothills of Altai. The mild and warm climate in the Charyshsky region is created by the Tigiretsky ridge, located in the southwest, and the Baschelak ridge, in the east. The highest point of the Altai Territory is located in the Charysh district – one of the peaks of the Korgon ridge with a height of 2490 m! Almost the entire territory of the Charysh region is occupied by taiga, untouched by man. The lands are cut by many streams and lakes of glacial origin, which are tributaries of the enchanting river Charysh. The gorges of the Charysh tributaries are quiet picturesque corners of untouched nature.
In their upper reaches there are protected waterfalls, declared natural monuments. Thanks to the climate and relief, a large number of the rarest medicinal melliferous plants grow in the Charysh region, some of which are listed in the Red Book: we swing paniculata, ziziphora, coopers, a bright blue catchment, raspberry berserk, hellebore, morality root.