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Damavand Mountain, Amol

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Damavand Mountain is located in Amol. By using our Mazandaran Province vacation trip planner, you can arrange your visit to Damavand Mountain and other attractions in Mazandaran Province.
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  • Damavand is a cone-shape volcano located in central part of Alborz Mountains in north of Iran. Its height, is 5671 meters above the sea level. Mount Damavand is highest volcano in Asia, also the highe...  more »
  • Iran Mountaineering Federation has done solid work. 2200m camping and great location. fees out of their hands. so one day, another the next day, another price they can. but they are interested in. 3020 m MacNeil camp does not work in the winter. go early to athletes (like no later than 7:00 am) I would suggest them to go to camp at 4200. a little hard but makes more sense. Keep sharpa if appropriate budgets. If you do not have your guide leave early in the morning to 5671m (03:00 am). 4200 camp food and drinks a bit pricey, but I'd rather have to shop here more sense move. 1, 5lt water 4000toman. Tuvalatler too bad but all have the same problem at high altitudes. don't forget your glasses. for now, off the top of my head. good climbing
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  • damavand 5671m is highest volcano of Asia and highest peak of Middle-East. enjoy it on summer for trekking and winter for skiing :)  more »