The tourist road of the west of Isfahan is a route that passes through the villages located on the bank of the Zayandehrud River in the western part of Isfahan province. In particular, these are mainly villages that are located between Bagh Bahadoran city and Chadegan Dam, and the Zayandehrud River passes near them.
The tourist road of the west of Isfahan is mainly a nature tourism road that in all seasons of the year you can watch the beauties of the river and groves and hand-planted forests along the river on the semi-mountainous route that passes by the river.
All the route that is mentioned in this road is asphalt, so you can take this tourist route as a family and by car. In addition, there is the possibility of cycling on this route, especially since the coastal road of Zayandehrud is usually secluded and low traffic and suitable for cycling.
To start moving along the coastal villages of Zayandehrud, you can first start from Bagh Bahadoran city. The coastal city of Bagh Bahadoran, which is located 60 km west of Isfahan on the banks of the Zayandehrud River, can be reached via the Isfahan-Shahrekord road.
From Bagh Bahadoran city, a narrow asphalt road runs parallel to the Zayandehrud River towards upstream of the river, which, of course, in some parts of the route away from the river bank and in some parts approaches the river, or through narrow metal bridges it crosses the river. The width of these metal bridges is only the size of a car. We continue this road to finally reach Zaman Khan Bridge.
From Zaman Khan Bridge, a road continues upstream of the river, which goes from the heights adjacent to the river to Chadegan Dam. The nature around this route puts a beautiful view of the plains and green hills in front of your eyes. Sometimes from the heights, you will see a beautiful view of the groves and forests along the Zayandehrud River.