Outl is a peak in the Northwest Caucasus , 1855.7 m above sea level  (according to other sources - 1851 m). It has another name - Adyg .
|Absolute height||1855.7  m|
|The subject of the Russian Federation||Krasnodar region|
|Mountain system||Greater Caucasus|
The mountain is a tourist attraction.
The summit is located in the spur of the Main Caucasian Range . Outl Mountain is located west of Mount Fisht and Lake Huko, far from settlements. Near the top, several rivers and streams originate: Azu , Hadzhiko and Hadzhuko (Udachny) .
The upper part of the mountain range is rocky - meadow . Alpine meadows are used for summer grazing. The peak itself from three sides breaks down steep cliffs.
The mountain attracts tourists . There are several attractions near the mountain. Almost every year both tourist and scientific expeditions to the mountain region are made.
From the mountain Outl, the Black Sea and the seaport of Sochi are clearly visible. You can also see many peaks of the Western Caucasus : Montenegrin , Fisht , Chugush and Achishkho . The very peak of Outl can be seen from other mountains, for example from the peak of Batareynoy . Mount Outl from afar seems tall and black.
- At the top of the mountain is one of the two rotary engines of the American Douglas plane, which crashed with 5 crew members during the Second World War. The wreckage of a crashed plane can be found on the eastern side of the mountain.
- A 5-hour walk from the top in the upper reaches of the Psezuapse river was a military hospital of the Great Patriotic War , which has now become a kind of open-air museum. The hospital is surrounded by mass graves and obelisks .
- On the spur of Mount Outl there are ruins of the Circassian aul. From the place where the village was located, to the pastures located on the slopes of the mountain, there is a horse-riding trail.
- Nearby are the canyons of Hadzhuko and Barkalovo , which are known for cascading waterfalls .
- Outl Mountain is adjacent to the Zvezda ridge, which is rich in rock crystal outcrops to the surface.
- Mount Outl Bormotov I.V. Melodies of the Blue Mountains. Novosibirsk, 2005.
- Expedition to Outl (inaccessible link) . Archived on October 6, 2002.