In a three-day nature trekking, we walked from Parachan village in Taleghan county (Alborz province) to Darjan village in Tonekabon county (Mazandaran province). This region is located in the southern and western slopes of Alam Kooh and Takht-e-Soliman mountain ranges. In this hiking trip in early July, we climbed to an altitude of 4000 meters in the west of Alam Kuh range and descended to the valley of Sehezar river. Prior to this date, the area was covered with snow and glaciers.
A green and beautiful environment with springs, rivers, flowers and plants in a mountainous and snow-covered environment is one of the characteristics of this heavenly region.
On the first night, we set up camp in an area called Domcheh, which is located on the southern slope of the Alam Kuh mountain range, and the region’s nomads use this place to graze their sheep.
The second night we camped next to a natural hot spring in the valley of Sehezar that was full of wildflowers.
Sehezar river flows in a green valley and a large number of streams flows into the valley from the surrounding heights to join the river of Sehezar.
At the end of our walk we reached Darjan village. This village finally leads to a asphalt road that passes through the Sehezar forest and lead to Tonekabon town.