26 kere bakıldı , 4 kere indirildi
yer Afjeh, Tehrān (Iran)
This hiking is scaled T4 up to T5 in the Swiss (SAC) hiking scale in the summer for one-day programme based on the rout length, number of ascents and descents, terrain gradient in some parts of the rout, e.g. the first ridge overlooking Afjeh Village with 70% slope and loose sands below Rizān summit just above the col with 50% slope. There is a rock belt around Sākā summit except for northern ridge that is used as a normal rout to the peak. Considering the southeastern ridge used in this rout it seems unavoidable to bypass a Grade III climb at 3200m point of the rout. No other technical part was seen in the rout but a short scrambling on the first ridge and the ridge to Rizān summit. The chosen path to bypass sharp rock edges on the eastern ridge of the Ātash Kuh heading to Rizān summit was just below the rocks and considering the falling stones danger it is recommended to wear a helmet for this part. No water is found in the rout.