Parim Bridge, two ancient two-legged graves and the slopes of Khamin Mountain (Basht, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad)
A few years is that when the smell of lavender and grass in city streets was, I Hvayyh Nature southern Iran, I and this is the chance I've got to go, go to the tropics a province of the unknown in this country, where few times just Qblna their name in the book of geography school read.
Boyer Ahmad tropical region of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer Ahmad attractive to us, I had a laptop computer increased now that I Atvbvsm…
Gachsaran bus that had battered videos and all the children are struggling with the road movie and went. I hope tomorrow the way to walk gonna sleep Nmvnym. Now the question is why Anqd covered later we are still not clear air we reject Yasouj we should walk slowly and help the driver gonna keep saying anything is not here, because you want to get off bus…
Side of the road with kindness linger a Mashynym us to take up somewhere other than here, the kids are all somehow went the Susa lower and we stayed that now we got to the Basht few kilometers ahead output holy shrine of Imam Seyed Shamseddin at the entrance to the Lower Susa got out and we never got to the grave two feet
Let's go tonight we camp in the mountain region Khamyn, the village machines and now we're going to do Khrydamvnv and go to the mountain protected area Khamyn
Basht we want to go on the road to Charam area next to a part of the Msyrmvn Khakyh
To travel to the domain Khamyn must Basht way road Charam sure, approximately 25 km after Basht the left side of the main road a sub-soil ahead to equal area is famous for, with 3 km of driving on the dirt road to the quality of through local riding style seemed to be the beginning of a hike to get to the slopes. With two km walk in the direction of the camp you will find a lot of good.
Jfz for the Natural Heritage and the sensitive ecosystems work.
GPS files have been placed in Wikiloc:
Prem Paul Dowgur GPS files and legs in Donate
GPS files on the slopes of Mount Khamyn Donate
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