Alamut to Hesarchal & Damavand
Alamut to Hesarchal & Damavand is an exceptional climbing tour in Iran to test your endurance and climbing skills. On this trip, you will cross the old valley, Alamut, and then you will visit Hessarchal. The first mountain to climb is AlamKouh, the second highest peak in Iran. By ascending Alamkouh, you will be ready to climb Mt. Damavand, the first and highest peak in Iran with 5610m height.
The slopes of the soaring peaks of the Alborz, have inspiring and amazing scenery, particularly during spring, you will be amazed by some of the most beautiful natural landscapes in the world, just like the beautiful nature of Switzerland, Patagonia, and the central regions of Australia. Seeing these extraordinary valleys becomes even more tempting when we know that the natural beauty of this area has a mysterious and ancient historical background. Some of Iran's most mysterious tourist attractions are located in the beautiful valleys of Alamut, and the remains of nearly fifty castles lie on the slopes of the Alborz.
Alamkuh offers features that make it completely unique and an exceptional region not only in the country but in the whole region. The presence of Iran's largest glacier in Alamchal, as well as the existence of the tallest 90-degree (granite) wall about 700 meters, which is unique in the Middle East, has made this region a paradise for enthusiastic mountaineers and climbers. Hesarchal plain is one of the most beautiful and pristine mountainous plains of Iran, which is surrounded by the eastern peak of Alamkuh. The height of Sarchal shelter is 3750 meters, Alamchal is 4200 meters and Hesarchal plain is 3750 meters. Takht-e-Soliman peak with a height of 4770 meters is another attraction of climbing this area.
Crossing Alamut to Hesarchal & Damavand would be an exceptional experience for every adventurer. Reaching this glorious snow-capped peak, you feel like you are standing on top of Iran. No professional climber would like to miss climbing tours to Damavand in Iran.