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Alvand is not just a mountain.
Alvand is referred to all the surrounding mountains of Hamadan
Some of them are really nice and attractive to climb and watch
For example, the mountain of "Kalagh Lane" and the mountain of "Qezel Arsalan" and ...
Alvand peak is such beautiful mountain in winter for climbing and off pist skiing. And in the middle of the way to peak you can find mountain shelter(meidan mishan) and you can stay for night in this shelter
We too the gondola ride to the top. Really long - it goes up the mountain, then down into a valley and then back up again. Views across the snow capped mountains were lovely and also excellent views across the plains of Hamadan.
1st time we was there we only hanged at the base area where they have a rollercoaster where you brake your own wagon (that is clamped to a rail), very fun. We also did some zipline, simple and fun. 2nd time we also did some...More
Alvand (3575 m.), one the most famous mountain of Iran, is placed near to the city of Hamedan, west of Iran.Alvand and Damavand are holy mountains in Iran.
Starting point is Ganj-Nameh, the end point of Ganj-Nameh valley. The major route to the Summit is...More
I had seen lots of mountain before visiting Alvand mountain , but Alvand really impressed me. Going up with telecabin and seeing the amazing scenes of nature made me fee totallyl fresh. Mishan platform on the Alvand mountain and Alvand Summit with its unique shape...More
Alvand is referred to a Volkanic Mount Near Hamedan (Iran) with 3584m Height which is known also as Char-Gholleh. The wellknown Alvand (3428m) is more Beautiful cat-shape Cliff which is 14km far from Char-Gholleh. Climbing Alvand during winter is a little hard