Hara-Üs is a river in the northern part of Khakassia, Russia. Literally, translated from Khakas language, it means "black river" (Хара-Ӱӱс, хара - black, ӱӱс - river). The river flows through the territories of Shirinsky and Ordzhonikidzevsky districts. When it interflows Akh-Üs, it makes the river Chulym, a right inflow of Ob River.
Length of Khara-Üs is 178 km. The source of the river is a karst lake on the eastern hillside of Kuznetsk Alatau.