Saksary (Sakhsary, Saksyr, Sakhsar) is a mountain range (Maly and Bolshoy Saksyr ridges) in Khakassia with prevailing altitudes from 400 to 800 metres above sea level and a dissected relief on an area of 40 thousand hectares between the Kamyshta and Uybat rivers (left tributaries of the Abakan river) in Askizsky and Ust-Abakansky districts of Khakassia. The mountain uplifts with slopes of various steepness alternate with numerous valleys and leveled saddles. Among the peaks there is Sorakh (Sorakhtag).
It belongs to the foothills of the Abakan Range, the length from northwest to southeast is approximately 340 km. Its absolute heights decrease to the east from 1305 to 994 m above sea level. A low-mountain range is dissected by river valleys of tributaries of the Kamyshta and Askiz rivers. It is composed of Lower-Middle Devonian red-volcanic rock complexes, representing an internal uplift of the margin of the Minusinsk Hollow.
Vegetation is represented by various types of steppe plant formations, which fairly reflects the features of the insular Khakas steppes. On the northern slopes there are small birch and birch-larch groves, which create a forest-steppe landscape in certain areas. The animal world is represented by steppe and mountain-steppe complexes (larks, wheatears, clovers, hare, fox, steppe polecat, etc.). There are rare species listed in the Red Book of the Republic of Khakassia, including steppe eagle, peregrine falcon, saker falcon, eagle owl, etc.