Zayandeh Rud River flows after Chadegan Dam to the place of Zaman Khan Bridge in a valley. The valley, except for the Zayandeh Rud, is full of groves and forests and several villages along the river.
The road that runs in the heights adjacent to the river and parallel to Zayandeh Rud has several ups and downs along its route. This road is located in Yase Chah village, just above the village. The view of the rooftops of the village and the space inside the houses that can be seen from above has given a beautiful and attractive view to this village.
Yase Chah houses are completely connected and there are no obvious alleys between them. In fact, the alleys of this village are covered and look like a corridor or tunnel.
Yaseh Chah is located almost halfway between Zaman Khan Bridge and Chadegan Dam. If you come from Zaman Khan Bridge, Yaseh Chah village is located after Hooreh village and before Sadeghabad village. The inhabitants of Yase Chah village are Turks from Qashqai tribe.