Belianske Tatras is a mountain range in the Eastern Tatras in North Central Slovakia. The highest point is the Havran peak with the height of 2,151.5 metres.
The main 14 km long ridge contains mountains built of limestone and dolomite with distinctive karst topograhy. The whole area is a national nature reserve covering 54.08 km² (20.9 mi²), which is a part of Tatry´s National Park. Many endemic, rare and endangered species live or grow here. The northern parts of the Belianske Tatras are home to the largest population of the Tatra chamois, which is endemic to the Tatras. The typical flower of the mountains is Edelweiss.
The only cave in the Tatras open to public – Belianska Cave – is located here.