Rating in Iran
$ 481

Mount Damavand South Face Ascend

Climbing & Mountaineering
Climbing & Mountaineering
min $ 481
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Tehran Province
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 481
Duration: 3 days
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  • Overview
  • Summary
  • Services
  • Brief Itinerary
  • Dates & Price

Overview

Trip Highlights

  • A challenging but enjoyable climb to the Asia’s highest volcano
  • Observing wildlife and a frozen waterfall
  • A rejuvenating mineral bath after a memorable climb
  • Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
  • Trip Code: 022-STN-MNT
  • Difficulty: Strenuous
  • Activities: Trekking, Mountaineering,
  • Regions: Damavand Peak, Mazandaran Province, Iran
  • Start From: Tehran Province, Iran
  • End: Tehran Province, Iran
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Start Date End Date Availability Book Sep 6, 2018 Sep 9, 2018 Available Book Send an Inquiry
  • Service Level: Standard
  • Group Size: ( 2 - 15 )
  • Tour Type: Group Tour
  • Price: € 448
  • Single Supplement: N/A

Summary

 

Ascend Mount Damavand from south face – mix with locals in the spectacular scenery around Damavand and an opportunity to photograph the majestic Volcano from a vintage point. One day acclimatization to prepare you for the strenuous journey. You will climb to the highest point of Iranian plateau and  Middle East.

Services

 

Services Included

Meal Abbreviations(B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)

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Meals

4 B

4 L

3 D

Accommodation

3 nights camp/Shelter

3 nights camp/Shelter 3 nights camp/Shelter 3 nights camp/Shelter 3 nights camp/Shelter 3 nights camp/Shelter 3 nights camp/Shelter

Transport

Private vehicle from Tehran to base camp and return, 4WD car from base camp to the second camp, mules for backpacks

Private vehicle from Tehran to base camp and return, 4WD car from base camp to the second camp, mules for backpacks Private vehicle from Tehran to base camp and return, 4WD car from base camp to the second camp, mules for backpacks Private vehicle from Tehran to base camp and return, 4WD car from base camp to the second camp, mules for backpacks Private vehicle from Tehran to base camp and return, 4WD car from base camp to the second camp, mules for backpacks Private vehicle from Tehran to base camp and return, 4WD car from base camp to the second camp, mules for backpacks Private vehicle from Tehran to base camp and return, 4WD car from base camp to the second camp, mules for backpacks

Other Services

English spoken mountain guide.

Mules / Horse Support (limited by 15kg per person)

Climbing Permit for Damavand

Provided Gear:Eating utensils, tents and camping equipment, Duffel bag - for non-trek items left at Adventure Iran office

English spoken mountain guide. Mules / Horse Support (limited by 15kg per person) Climbing Permit for Damavand Provided Gear:Eating utensils, tents and camping equipment, Duffel bag - for non-trek items left at Adventure Iran office English spoken mountain guide. Mules / Horse Support (limited by 15kg per person) Climbing Permit for Damavand Provided Gear:Eating utensils, tents and camping equipment, Duffel bag - for non-trek items left at Adventure Iran office English spoken mountain guide. Mules / Horse Support (limited by 15kg per person) Climbing Permit for Damavand Provided Gear:Eating utensils, tents and camping equipment, Duffel bag - for non-trek items left at Adventure Iran office English spoken mountain guide. Mules / Horse Support (limited by 15kg per person) Climbing Permit for Damavand Provided Gear:Eating utensils, tents and camping equipment, Duffel bag - for non-trek items left at Adventure Iran office English spoken mountain guide. Mules / Horse Support (limited by 15kg per person) Climbing Permit for Damavand Provided Gear:Eating utensils, tents and camping equipment, Duffel bag - for non-trek items left at Adventure Iran office English spoken mountain guide. Mules / Horse Support (limited by 15kg per person) Climbing Permit for Damavand Provided Gear:Eating utensils, tents and camping equipment, Duffel bag - for non-trek items left at Adventure Iran office

Not Included

Items of personal nature, Travel insurance.

Items of personal nature, Travel insurance. Items of personal nature, Travel insurance. Items of personal nature, Travel insurance. Items of personal nature, Travel insurance. Items of personal nature, Travel insurance. Items of personal nature, Travel insurance.

Brief Itinerary

 

Day 1: Drive from Tehran to Base camp & climbing to 3th camp In the early morning (around 6 A.M), you will be picked up from your hotel driving to Rineh village (base camp) which will take about 2 hours. (B, L, D)

Day 2: Acclimatization Day This day is spent getting used to the high altitude, but we will not go to the summit. We will hike from the shelter to a frozen waterfall which is at about 5000 meters and return. (B, L, D)

Day 3: Hike to summit (5671m), then return to Bargah-e Sevom (3rd camp) We will start climbing from 4200 m to the top 5671m. This day will be the hardest day since we will push for the summit which usually takes about 6 to 7 hours. (B, L, D)

Day 4: Descend the mountain and drive back to Tehran Descending to second camp (Goosfand Sara). This morning total descending time would be approx 4-5 hours, 1250m. (B, L)

Dates & Price

Start DateEnd DatePriceSingle SupplementAvailability
Sep 6, 2018Sep 9, 2018448N/AAvailable
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