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Atashgah Waterfall, Lordegan


Atashgah Waterfall

This waterfall is located in the southern part of the province, 40 km southeast of Lordgan, in a village called Atashgah . This village is in fact a narrow valley brimming with natural and fresh beauty. The valley besides its picturesque beauty has a turbulent stream running through it, over the gypsum and limestone as well as being sheltered with archaic trees such as walnut and chestnuts. Due to the inclination of the terrain various other smaller waterfalls are also present. In spite of its moderately warm climate, the valley itself experiences cool weather. About 200 m. of this valley, two other large waterfalls add to the scenic beauty of the environment thus providing a recreational spot.


Dareh Eshq Waterfall, Farsan

Dareh Eshq Waterfall

This waterfall is more than 100 m. height and gushes out from the heart of the mountain in such a way which is considered as a spectacular sight of its own. It can be noted as one of the tallest waterfalls in Iran, having a vast space underneath, alongside which the Kroon River lazily continues on its course. Opposite the site of this waterfall, comes in to view wonderful chestnut trees that enhance the scene. Besides which, between the two rural settlements of Dareh Eshq and Durak Shah Puri pomegranate orchards as well as lush rice fields come within sight.

Kordi Sabz Kooh Waterfall, Lordegan

This waterfall is located to the north east of the township of Lordegan and it originates from passes of Kareh Bast and Pol-e-Khodafarin. This waterfall due to its majestic height and surrounding beauty is worth seeing. In the vicinity of Sabz Kooh other waterfalls are also present with suitable height and volume. From this view, Qizel Waterfall can be pointed out.

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