Alam kuh; Iran Alpine
Alam kuh with a height of 4850 meters, located in Takht-e-Solomon area of ‚Äč‚ÄčMazandaran province. Mount Alam kuh is the second highest peak in Iran after Damavand.
The Alam kuh Mountains has 47 peaks over 4000 meters, also known as the “Alpine of Iran“.
Alam kuh Wall
Most of the reputation of this summit is due to the wall located on the northern slopes and is one of the most technical and hardest climbing paths in Iran. This wall in Iran has a place like K2 in the world.
Since years ago, Alam kuh and its wall have been interesting to the climbers, not only Iranian climbers, but also German, French, English, Italian, and even climbers have climbed on numerous routes. The German-French pollen path is one of the first paths on the pollen of this wall.
Excellent Climbing of the Alpine of Iran
The years 1981 to 1991 can be called the evolution of Iran’s climbing Alam kuh’ wall. During these years, Hossein Talebi Moghaddam and other Hamedan¬†climbers, significantly, recorded the lowest the records of climbing the wall, three meters a day!
Alamkuh climbing paths
This large mountainous area is limited to about 200 peaks above 4000 meters in the north of Mazandaran coast and to the west valley of Karaj-Chalus river, from the east to Alamout area and from south to Taleghan area.
Iran Destination Climbing Tour
Iran includes amazing natural destinations for those interested in nature, ecotourism and also mountain climbing. On the whole, I would like to suggest you Iran tour packages¬†, especially Damavand Tour and¬†Adventure Tour¬†of Iran Destination Travel Agency.