Mount Alam

8 Days
From €199 Per Person



Alam-Kuh (Mount Alam) with an elevation of 4,850 meters is the second highest mountain in Iran after Mount Damavand. It is an ideal destination for most climbers, especially those interested in climbing up ice walls.

Mount Alam in Alborz mountain range is a blend of the Alps and Himalayas as the foothills are covered by greenery and lush forests while rugged cliffs dominate higher altitudes.

There are two main routes to climb Mount Alam in Mazandaran Province: The first starts from Taleghan and runs through Parachan and Hesar Chal, ending in Darjan. The second starts in Kelardasht and crosses Rudbak, Sardchal and Alam Chah.



Day 1
Upon your arrival in Tehran, you will be greeted by the tour leader before being transferred to the hotel.
Day 2
At 5:00 AM we leave the hotel and move towards Taleghan. We will have breakfast on the way near Taleghan Dam and then continue driving towards Mehran Village before arriving in Parachan, where we will stay at a local house.
Day 3
Damcheh Sheep Herd
After having breakfast we continue towards a stone mine at a height of 2400 meters while our luggage is being carried by mules. After 4 hours of climbing we reach Gusfand Saraye Damcheh (Damcheh Sheep Herd). We set up our camp and spend the night here.
Day 4
Hesar Chal
After having breakfast we will continue our way to Hesar Chal Plain at a height of 4000 meters using Hezar Cham Mountain Pass and set up our camp.
Day 5
Alam-Kuh Peak
After breakfast we move towards Marjikesh Hillside and proceed to climb from the south side of the mountain and after a few hours we reach the peak. |Standing on the peak, we can see Takhte Soleyman and Siyah Kaman peaks, Alam Chah Ice Wall and Sarchah Shelter. Then we descend to Hesar Chal Camp to stay overnight. It is a 10 hour climbing activity.
Day 6
Se-Hezar Valley
After breakfast we travel down to Asal village from Se Hezar Valley and spend the night there.
Day 7
In the Morning after having breakfast, we travel to Tonekabon and after crossing Nashtarud and Salman Shahr and Namak Abrud cities we get to the Chalus Road. After having lunch we continue our trip to Tehran and stay the night at Ibis Hotel.
Day 8
Leaving Iran
And finally it’s time to bid farewell to Iran as we are transferred to the airport early in the morning for our return flight home.



Tour services inclusions
  • Iran Visa Application Service
  • Bed & Breakfast Hotels
  • Early Check-in & Late Hotel Check-out
  • Travel Insurance (Coverage Limit: 10,000 Euros)
  • Transfers & Transportation
  • Airport Transfer Service
  • Accompanying English-speaking Guide/Driver-guide
  • Daily Refreshments
  • Domestic Flight(s) as per Itinerary
Tour services exclusions
  • Meals
  • Hotel Extra Charges
  • International Flights
  • Tips & Personal Expenses
  • Entrance Fees

Travel Details

What you need to know

    • You can choose this program year-round.
    • Hotels and the type of transportation vehicles may be subject to change as per availability or capacity.
    • These prices are quoted per person in double rooms in groups of 6 people or more.