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Arrival. Check into the hotel, Overnight hotel stay .
Drive to Reyneh resort, hillside of Damavand, Shahandasht waterfall. Overnight stay at a local house
A jeep drive to the second camp of Mount Damavand (3000m). A hike to the third camp (Bargah Sevom) at 4250 m (Total ascends 1250 m). Overnight camping
Challenging climb up to the peak for about 6 to 8 hours. Descending from the summit to the 3rd camp (a journey of about 7 hours), and being back to the camp in time for dinner. Total ascend/ descend time is approximately 12-14 hours, 2700m. Overnight camping.
Descending to the second camp. Driving to Larijan natural hot spring. Driving to the hotel in Tehran. Overnight hotel stay.
Free time before noon and checking out of the hotel.Departure.
Elevation: 5610 meters above sea level,The highest peak in Iran, The highest volcano in Iran, Middle East and Asia
Relative Height: 4667 meters, The twelfth highest peak in the world based on relative height
Age: It is estimated to be about 38,500 years old.
Location: In the center of the Alborz mountain range, near the southern coast of the Caspian Seaand in Larijan, a district in Amol, in Mazandaran province
Adjacent Cities: Rineh and Gazanak are the towns located at the foot of the mountain. MountDamavand is located 26 km northwest of Damavand city, 62 km southwest of Amol city and 69 km northeast of Tehran
Temperature: The minimum temperature is 60 degrees below zero and the maximum temperature is 2degrees below zero.
Wind: The average Storm speed is about 150 km / h. On the slopes, the wind speed reaches about70 km / h. Wind direction is from the west and northwest.
Precipitation: The average annual precipitation in the heights is about 1,400 mm, usually in theform of snow.
Air Pressure: Air pressure at this altitude is half of the air pressure at sea level.
Adjacent Rivers: Tineh River in the north, Haraz River in the south and east, Panj-ab (FiveWater) River in the east and Lar and Div-Asiab in the west
Damavand Famous Glaciers, Siuleh Glacier (the northern face)
Dubi-sel Glacier (the northern face), Speleh Glacier (the northern face)
Arosakha Glacier (the northern face), Khurtabsar Glacier (the northern face)
Yakhar Glacier (the northeastern face), Scattered glaciers and snowfields around Damavand:
Chal glacier and field (the eastern face), Sardagh glacier (between the western and southwestern ridges)
Gharbi glacier (between the northern, southwestern and western ridges), Kafar- Dareh glacier (between thesouthern and southeastern ridges)
Aspirin-Sar glacier (between the southern and southwestern ridges)
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- Visas fees
- Accommodation fees
- Entrance fees for historic sites, tourism and sports
- Provide equipment for climbing, canyoning, climbing, caving, etc.
Cost not included
- Travel fees
- Accommodation fees before package start
- Accommodation fees after the end of the packages
- Special clothes fees (for adventure sports)
- Special equipment and clothes are available
- Personal healthcare
- Appropriate clothing
- Walking shoes
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