Mount Talinis, also known as the Cuernos de Negros (Horns of Negros), is a stratovolcano in the Philippine province of Negros Oriental. At about 1,903 meters (5905 feet) above sea level, it is the second highest mountain in Negros Oriental after Mt Kanla-on.
Cuernos de Negros is a potentially active volcano, with a base diameter of 36 kilometres, and has many volcanic lakes and solfataric or volcanic sulfurous steam vents. Main rock types are andesite and basalt. It is located 9 kilometers southwest of Valencia, Negros Oriental, forming part of the Negros Volcanic Belt.