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it is quite a climb going up the mountain but at the end watching the view of city give a boost of energy. very popular place for Isfahan citizens to go at weekends. it is a good choice for all year round.
When you go up the mountain by the Telecabin, you see a wide green area. Some family of a rural tribe live there in their tent and have their domestic animals with them. Also there is fountain on the near top of the mountain with...More
I headed to Sofeh mountain with the Iranian lady I was staying at and soon realised why so many Iranians venture there over the weekend or their free days. Although we didn't make it to the top, there are enough interesting places where to sit...More
Went there mid morning and during Ramadhan, the paved trails was fine, but then the fun begins when it's a bit off road - there's a castle looking structure at the top, maybe a bit steep/challenging but it's worth it! If you're lucky youll be...More
I'm mountaineer. And climb this beautiful mountain over 500 of times. In twenty years. The beauty of this mountain is infinite. Look at each side, you see an extraordinary phenomenon. There are many big wall that's good for climbing. And ways to have a safe...More
Took us about 2 hours to reach the top. Not a great view because of the stable airmass and pollution. But rewarding nevertheless. Moon like landscape, very dry and sandy. Cable car wasn't running when we were there. Also on the property were a zip...More
With two local friends we climbed the mountain which took us about 2,5 hours. We were exhausted when we arrived on the top but the view made it all worth it. The last part of the climb is without a path, just freestyling and using...More