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Chaloos River

in Chaloos city | Mazandaran province
Tourist Attraction

Chaloos River

Related to Chaloos city (located in Mazandaran province)
This river takes its source in the Kandovan Mountains which is a part of the Alborz Mountain Range. After adjoining the Zanusi River and numerous other springs and waterfalls, and flowing through a few villages, it flows into the Caspian Sea. The river follows a beautiful course, right from its source till it reaches the sea. The Kandovan peak, Alam Kooh Summit, Hezar Cham Valley and springs, forests and lush green rice fields all create a glorious painting of nature in this region. The banks of this river offers excellent recreational areas as well as fishing at leisure. It goes without saying that the Tehran - Chaloos Road is one of the most enhancing routes in Iran that can be unforgettable for the onlooker!
Chalus (Chaloos) is within the limits of the Caspian Sea to the north and to Tehran in the south, with suitable geographical conditions. Its main city is Chaloos, which is situated in the form of a crossroad and accounts for one of the ancient cities ...
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