Mount Berit

 30 km north of the Elbistan District of Kahramanmaras is the highest peak of Mount Berit on the southwest at 3,014 meters high. This mountain is north of Süleymanlı (Zeytun) and Ilıca falls to the side. Taurus is a part of the ‘folded’ mountains. The structure of Berit Mountain consists of layers from the the Paleozoic Age. In the slope facing north of the mountain, in the places facing the peak, there are ice troughs from the ice age. The slopes Mount Berit are wooded. There is also a crater lake that produces sulfur gas on Berit Mountain.