Alamkouh Mountain

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Second highest peak in Iran

After the  Damavand (5671 meters), Alam Kooh (4850 meters) is the second highest peak in Iran. Unlike Damavand which is a single volcanic cone that rises far above the peaks around it, Alam Kooh sits in the middle of the Takhte Soleyman Massif which has other peaks with comparable elevations. The upper portion of Alam Kooh is made of a one km long east-west running ridge line that is entirely above 4700 m. The summit of Alam Kooh is a gigantic rocky block that occupies the western one quarter of the ridge line.

 

 

 

Tour details

  • Group size: 10
  • 1

    Driving from Tehran to Marzan Abad and Roodbarak through scenic Chaloos road. Overnight at MFSI hut.

  • 2

    Driving an SUV to a place called Tang Galoo. We are going to have a 2-hour climbing to Hesarchal camp ( about 3700m). Short walk around and overnight at the camp.

  • 3

    Climbing Lashgarak peak (4200m) and back to the camp

  • 4

    Climbing Alamkooh peak (4811m) and back to the camp.

  • 5

    Driving to Roodbarak and Caspian sea in Mahmood Abad . overnight at a hotel of motel. Sightseeing and swimming

  • 6

    Returning to Tehran