This peak rises to about 3,750 m. and is located in the Alborz Mountain Range in the north of Roodbar. This summit is also known as Kheshteh Chal. In the south west direction it is connected to the gorge and summit of Sialan, and in northwest direction to the Bazakooh and Parch Kooh Mountains. The Azgin, Sefid Ab and Avan Rivers originate in the southern highlands whereas the Chalak river originates from north. The beautiful and splendid lake of Avan lies in the southern skirts of the mountain. It gains its water from the springs in the lake. Ascending routes to the summit are as follows:
Western front: From the Qazvin Moallem Kellage, Shams Kelage and Avan.
Northern front: From the Tonekabone Shir Rood, Chalak river valley, and the head spring of the Chalak Rood.
South-Western front: From the Sialan and Garm Kooh gorge.
The township of Qazvin is bounded by Mazandaran and Gilan provinces on the north, the township of Takestan to the west, and to Bo'inn Zahra in the south, whereas the province of Tehran is to its east. The northern region of township is occupied by ...
The southern slopes of the Alborz Mountains is called Touchal, and is considered to be the main and famous vicinity for mountaineers and sportsmen of Tehran. Various shelters ...MORE
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