Climbing to the second highest Iran Peak
Alam Kuh ascent (4850 m)
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Alam kuh, is the name of a massive mountain located in Northern Iran in Mazandaran province. It’s located in Takht-e Soleyman massif mountain chain. Also Takhte Soliman is a part of West Alborz mountains range. The altitude of Alam Kuh is 4850 m from the Sea Level and is the second highest mountain in Iran after Damavand Mountain (5610 m). Alam kuh is the center of many Mountain Activities for nature lovers.
The north face of Mt Alam Kuh is a massive vertical wall that made Alam kuh very famous mountain for all climbers around the world. The length of the wall rises up about 480 m vertical granite rock up to the summit. One the main highlight is the base of the wall starts from 4400 m from the Sea level and its make the rock different for climbing. There are a lot of different route on this wall which began from 1936 till now.
The south face of Alam kuh is the only route that most of hikers choose this one during the summer for hiking up to the peak.
You will enjoy trekking in the region of Iran second highest mountain with great mountainous landscapes during best season of climbing Iran Mountains according to very stable weather. You can focus completely on enjoying a successful climb. This program is ideal for people who want to enjoy a great climb which is doable for amateur mountaineers also. We will drive from Tehran to Kelardasht which is a small in northern Iran in the Caspian Sea region. From there drive to the starting point of trekking via a dirt road. After 3 days hiking in Mount Alam Kuh we will drive to the Caspian Sea and then back to Tehran.
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