Analujeh Peak ( or Darab Shah Mountain) with a height of 3950 meters is the highest and northernmost peak of Dalankooh mountain range in west of Isfahan. Analujeh peak is also called Damavand peak of Isfahan due to its apparent resemblance to Damavand peak.
Climbers to climb the peak of Analujeh usually start from the origin of the village of Analujeh. Analujeh village is located in the southeast of Analujeh peak. To reach the village of Analujeh, one must use the Chadegan-Daran road.
The ascent and return route from Analujeh village to Analujeh peak in spring and summer usually takes at least twelve hours. After climbing from a valley with a relatively steep slope, you will reach the beginning of a wide plain called Chel Gav, where the peak of Analujeh is located at the end of this plain, and to climb the peak, you have to walk this wide plain.
The plain of Chel Gav is very green and full of flowers in spring and early summer, and you can see the overturned tulip flowers in it. This plain is full of snow and ice in winter, which makes navigating this vast snowy plain more difficult. At the beginning and end of this plain, there are two springs.
On the way to Analujeh peak, on the slopes near the peak, there are two natural wells in the rocky rocks.