The Cerbat Mountains is a mountain range in northwest Arizona immediately north of Kingman.
It is a 23 mi long range trending slightly northwest-southeast. It lies directly east of the 130-mile long Black Mountains range and is separated by the Sacramento Valley bordering southwest of Kingman through which Interstate 40 turns south and west to meet Needles, California; the long Detrital Valley and plains drains northwest of the mountains into southern Lake Mead.
A series of peaks can be found towards the southern end of the range, including Packsaddle Mountain at , and Cherum Peak at .
The northern section of the Cerbat Mountains is composed mostly of the Mount Tipton Wilderness, with Mount Tipton being its peak at . The Dolan Springs community is at the base of the wilderness on the northwestern side of the Cerbat Mountains