AlamKuh – Hesarchal

  • Overview

The program includes ascending Alam-Kuh (4848) that is the second highest mountain of Iran after Damavand. Alamkuh is famous for the difficulty of its routes. It is one of the most technical mountains of Iran with two usual passage of Hesarchal and Alamchal. Here, we have the route through Hesarchal. Hesarchal is in the altitude of 3750 meter. It is the most common and the easiest path of ascending Alamkuh. The place has good access to water. Therefore, mountaineers usually use it for camping. In summer, Atour sets up its eco-camp here with Kailas polar and alpine tents providing food, beverages and snacks. At the end of the program, to get a taste of Iran’s culture, there is a one-day city tour of Tehran.

  • Services
What is included in our services!!!
What is excluded from our services!!!
What is included in our services!!!
  • Accommodations
  • Mountain Guide
  • City Tour Guide
  • Transportation
  • Permits
  • Meals
  • Beverages (only those served in Atour Camp)
  • Entrance Fee to visited sites.
What is excluded from our services!!!
  • Tips to guides and staffs.
  • Single room supplement.
  • Visa fee.
  • Personal travel insurance.
  • Hotel minibar or coffee shop
  • Ski or trekking equipment
  • Itinerary:
  • Spots
  • What we suggest and offer!!!
    • Cultural tours
    • Shopping Assistance
    • Domestic Flight
  • Cultural Extension
    • Destination: Tehran City Tour
    • Cultural Sites: Golestan Palace, National Museum, Tehran Grand Bazaar, Saad Abbad Palace, Niavaran Palace, Museum of National Treasury.
  • General Equipment List for Summer
General Equipment
  • Sports Shoes / Sandals
  • Trekking shoes category B
  • Trekking socks + replacement
  • Trekking pants
  • comfortable leisure trousers
  • windproof and waterproof over pants (breathable)
  • T-Shirts
  • Long sleeve shirts or blouses
  • Sweater or jacket (wool, fleece, softshell)
  • wind and waterproof jacket (ideal: breathable)
  • Underwear + replacement
  • short functional underwear
  • nightwear
  • Scarf / Scarf / Buff as dust or cold protection
  • thin hat for summer – Warm hat in June and September
  • thin finger gloves

Warm gloves in June and September

General Equipment
  • sunglasses
  • towel
  • sun cream
  • Day and hiking backpack approx. 25 l
  • Rain cover for backpack
  • Telescopic hiking poles (who would like)
  • Headlamp with spare batteries
  • Sleeping bag up to – 5 ° in the comfort area
  • Sleeping mat (Therm-a-rest self-inflatable)
  • waterproof bag for documents
  • Drinking bottle or hydration system at least 1 liter
  • Insect repellent for skin and possibly for clothing
  • First aid kit (including blister plaster, tape, disinfection)
  • small travel pharmacy
  • important personal medicines (hand luggage!)
  • Level of Difficulty Level of Difficulty: 3.5 of 5
  • Duration Duration: 8 Days
  • Price Price:  €

Our Package:

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