On arrival you will be met by an Adventure Iran representative at the airport to be transferred to a hotel.Overnight stay at hotel.
Drive to Lasem. full day ski touring.Overnight local home.
Full day skiing on another mountain (West Doberar) and back to the village.Overnight stay at a local house.
Another full day skiing and back to the village.Overnight stay at a hotel.
Driven to Larijan village. Time to enjoy mineral hot spring in Larijan and get prepared for Damavand.Overnight stay at a hotel.
We will drive to Damavand base camp and start ski touring to the 3rd camp 4250m.Skiing time would be between 6 to 8 hours depending on the ability and speed of the group.Overnight stay at shelter.
Early morning wake up to ascend the summit (6-7 hours) and ski down to the 2nd camp.Dinner and overnight stay at shelter.
Depend on the weather for climbing peak of Damavand.
Ascending down to Goosfandsara and then in local house.
Sightseeing of Tehran and overnight at hotel
Climb & ski in mount Damavand & Dobarar
Iran is the land of great conflicts. The Persian territory is the land of snow-capped mountains, lush Canyon, deserts and exquisite forests. A land where apple trees and palm trees grow not too far from each other.
The diversity of geography, climate, and people along with a variety of ethnicities, with different cultures, accents and dialects, allow Iran to be one of the tourist destinations in the world.
Iran (Ancient Iran) is bordered by the Caspian Sea, Kharazm desert and Kura River to the north, by the Amu Darya basin, western mountains of Indus valley and the slopes of western mountains of Pamir to the east, by the western slopes of the Zagros Mountains and the Arvand Rud (river) basin to the west and by the Persian Gulf and the Oman Sea to the south.
The two main mountain ranges of Iran are Zagros and Alborz. Zagros mountains extend from northwest to Khuzestan Plain, and Alborz mountains extend from west to east along the Caspian Sea (Mazandaran).
The Iranviva team aims to attract your attention to Alborz mountains, specifically the highest peak of the range, Mount Damavand. But before that it is better to review the history and background of Alborz Mountains and Mount Damavand.
If you are interested in more information about Mount Damavand do not miss this article.
A Brief description about Mount Damavand
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 Sea and in Larijan, a district in Amol, in Mazandaran province
Adjacent Cities: Rineh and Gazanak are the towns located at the foot of the mountain., Mount Damavand 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 2 degrees below zero.
Wind: The average Storm speed is about 150 km / h. On the slopes, the wind speed reaches about 70 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 the form 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 (Five Water) 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 the southern and southeastern ridges)
Aspirin-Sar glacier (between the southern and southwestern ridges)
- 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
The Bargah-Avval Shelter in the southern ridge (at an altitude of 3000 meters from the sea level)
The Bargah-Sevom Shelter in the southern ridge (at an altitude of 4200 meters from the sea level)
The Sīmorgh shelter in the western face (at an altitude of 4200 meters from the sea level)
The Takht-e Fereydoun shelter in the northeastern ridge (at an altitude of 4400 meters from the sea level)
The Metal Shelter in the northern ridge (at an altitude of 4000 meters from the sea level)
The Metal Shelter in the northern ridge (at an altitude of 4630 meters from the sea level)
Climbing Routes: North Route: This route starts from Siuleh and Dubi-sel Glaciers on the right and left. There are two shelters on this route: the 4,000-shelter at an altitude of 4,000 meters above the sea level and 5,000-shelter at an altitude of 4,700 meters above the sea level.
After passing the last shelter, they climb up to the summit. What should be considered in climbing this route is that there is no water along the way.
A sheep house at the beginning of the path is the last place where climbers can access water.
Northeast Route: This route begins from a village, Haji Della, on the northern side of the mountain, and then after passing the sheep house and passing through the meadow, it reaches the Takht-e Fereydoun shelter. The route ends with traversing the Arosakha Glacier, and after passing through the northern ridge, we reach the summit.
The interesting thing about this route is that returning would be through large dune sand skiing from the village of Gazaneh.
West Route: This route begins with a car park at an altitude of 3,400 meters above the sea level, after that it reaches the Simorgh shelter and the western ridge and finally the summit. It should be noted that there is only water in the Simorgh shelter on this route and the end of the route is with steep slope.
South Route: The South route is the oldest and easiest climbing route. This route begins from the Polour village, and after Lar and Rinh villages, we reach the beginning of the climbing route in sheep house and Sahib Al Zaman mosque at an altitude of 3000 meters above the sea level.
The path continues to the Bargah-Sevom Shelter and goes up through the sulfur hills toward the summit.
* All tours are available on the opposite route without any increase in the price.