Wikiloc - Picture of Alam-Kuh (4.848 m) / İran / 05.07.2016 (5/6)Alam-Kuh would provide the necessary acclimatization for Damavand. Based on your physical capabilities and mountaineering experience, Mount Alamkoh our guides will arrange the best acclimatization plan to adapt your body to the altitude and ensure a more secure and professional mountaineering experience. This will make you ready for the big summit. Hiking on Mount Alam Kuh will make you ready to reach the top of Damavand. We can organize for you trekking on Mount Tochal (3900 m) or Alam Kooh (4851 m) as your acclimatization tour. Mount Alamkuh as Natural Attraction which is known as Iran’s Alpine is in Gilan .A mountain range with over 160 peaks above 4000 meters, with glaciers and a modest wall in the world. Alamkuh is located in Mazandaran province. That’s why I thought to write a post and give some general information about it and since it covers a range of information, I titled it All About Alam Kuh.

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Alam Koh is famous for its arduous route which is why we know it as the K2 of Iran. Tehran is the capital of Iran. The mountain is located 69 km northeast of the Iranian capital so, there are lots of tourists that visit the region every year. You find Alam-Kuh in a region known as Takht-e Suleiman which if we translate it to English would mean Solomon’s Throne. Alam Kuh (4850 meters above sea level) is in a beautiful region in the north of Iran. You can check out each tour’s difficulty level on the tour page. For more details visit: Damavand Economy Tour. Iran is the homeland of a world’s great empires, and one of the most advanced civilization in the world in ancient times, with more than 10000 years of history and historical sites dating back to over 8000 years ago, it is the home of history and calture, the Achaemenid and the Sasanian Persian Empire, with several world heritage sites and excellent museums, many palaces, temples, residential buildings, gardens and architectural zones to help bring its rich past alive.

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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. There are some hot springs on its lower slopes in Larijan county. Although the southern slopes of the range tend to be dry and barren, the northern valleys leading to the Caspian Sea (which offer the best approaches to the mountains) are wet and lush with vegetation. Damavand receives heavy snowfalls in winter because of its vicinity to the Caspian Sea. Local officials said the pair, who had started the hike on January 1, sent distress signals on Thursday due to heavy snowing and freezing temperatures in the heights of Mount Alam, in the Alborz Mountain range. This beautiful mountain is considered as a symbol in the mountaineering due to its special attractions such as glaciers, majestic northern cliff, and the beautiful area of Hesarchal. The mountains, alongside the south side of the Caspian Sea, formed a special ecosystem with particular weather conditions.

Damavand peak is located 5,610 meters in the central part of Alborz mountain range in the south of the Caspian Sea and Larijan part of Amol city. The populous western part is the most mountainous, with ranges such as the Caucasus, Zagros, and Alborz, the last containing Mount Damavand, Iran s highest point at 5,610 m (18,406 ft), Alamkuh Mountaineering which is also the highest mountain on the Eurasian landmass west of the Hindu Kush. The starting point Tang-e Galou is about 3200 meters high, Alam Kuh Iran Trekking so you have to hike 1650 meters higher to the top. The starting point for both routes is the village of Roodbarak (see below). It`s popular among professionals because of its arduous routes. It`s located in Mazandaran province. It`s a country well-known for its hospitable and warm-blooded people. Despite this availability of habitat, brown bears in Iran face serious threats, including: 1) lack of adequate management and conservation programs by Iran Department of the Environment (DoE), which is the responsible governmental organization; 2) lack of funding and necessary tools, such as camera traps, Global Positioning System (GPS) collars, VHF collars etc., to conduct research; 3) seeming lack of interest to conduct bear surveys by international scientists, universities, and other organizations; 4) current research by international organizations being concentrated on the Asiatic cheetah and Persian leopard, thus attracting most Iranian researchers to these two species; 5) increasing conflict between local people and bears; and 6) poaching.

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