View of Tulymsky Kamen from the Vishera River
|Elevation||1,496 m (4,908 ft)|
|Location||Krasnovishersky District, Perm Krai, Russia|
Tulymsky Kamen (Russian: Тулымский камень) is a mountain range in North Ural. Located in northeastern portion of Krasnovishersky District, Perm Krai, Russia, the range stretches about 24 km north-south. At 1,496 m elevation, it is also the highest point of Perm Krai.
The word "Tulym", in some Tatar dialects, means "rocks sticking out of the river", and in the Komi-Yodzyak language it means "rapids", likely referring to the rapids on the Vishera River. In the Mansi language, the range has two names: ‘Yaktyl-ya-Nyor’ (range of rapids river) and ‘Luv-Nyor’ (horse-stone).