Damavand Quick Facts

Mount Damavand Quick Facts
Mt. Damavand is a brilliant symmetrical cone well of lava with a restricted cold summit. It would appear that Fujiyama in Japan. Demavand lethargic spring of gushing lava lies around 80 kilometers north-east of Tehran in the northern Persian level. Damawand's white pinnacle and its lovely cloud top is the most alluring sight of Iran mountains.


Mount Damavand Winter View from Polour Village

Snow covers the whole Damavand Mountain in winter and the upper parts and slops in spring and fall. Damawand Summit is snow-topped a while a year. Ice and solidified snow stay all the year on the north face icy masses called Sioleh and Dobi Sel, the north east ice sheet Yakhar and furthermore the south course Icefall called Abshar Yakhi. Visit Also Mr Damavand.

Every year Damawand is visited by numerous tourists, mountain visitors and climbers for climbing, trekking, mountaineering and ski visiting. The prominent trekking beginning stage is Polour Resort in the Polur Village on the south face, it is an alternate route to the Damavand and an agreeable spot for acclimatization and settlement. Climbing season is from mid-June to mid-September, or mid-May to mid-October for progressively experienced climbers.

Mount Damavand is encompassed by numerous pinnacles and edges of the Albroz Range, yet it unrivaled tallness (5671 meters) is obvious from numerous kilometers away. In a decent perceivability when the air is clear it very well may be seen from Tehran and from far away in focal part, Karkas Mountains and the incomparable Salt Desert and from north of Iran, the Caspian Sea.

Damawand is an outstanding image of Iran and has an extraordinary spot in Iranian legend, fanciful stories, workmanship and photography. As a general rule it is a brilliant torpid well of lava that conveys some sulphuric smoke. Numerous legends and stories are identified with Damawand Iran.

The most punctual endeavor to climb Damavand mountain was made by unknown neighborhood Iranians. They climbed normally to gather Sulfur from the top for business purposes. The primary recorded rise has a place with an English voyager called W Taylor Thomson in 1837.

Well of lava Damavand is a lethargic fountain of liquid magma that last ejected around 6000 - multi year prior. In the verifiable occasions there has been no recorded emission of this fountain of liquid magma. Some trusts this mountain is a wiped out spring of gushing lava. In any case, there is sufficient evidence, for example, warm hot springs on its lower inclines and incredible fumaroles vent close to the summit cavity that demonstrate Damawand Volcano is torpid. On the top there is a summit Crater, around 150-200 meters over, with loads of yellow rocks containing sulfur and pumice stones.

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