Trekking

Upon The Mountains

Hiking & Trekking in Mountains of Kerman

 

With numerous young and rough mountains, Kerman is the ideal and the best place for hiking in Iran and for travelers who are seeking an adventure. It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for a simple one day hike or a multi-day trekking trip and mountaineering, you can always find some of the best here.

You can go to Lut desert, enjoy a natural hot spring and pick the ideal hiking trail in Kerman. So pack up your gears and come here for an unforgettable adventure in Iran.

Bazargan Mountain

The Best Option For a One Day Hike

Most people come to kerman for it’s Lut desert but if they new in advance that they can do a one day hike, they would certainly do that.

Bazargan is located alongside Kerman city; Hence, it’s the best option if you have limited time and want to hike a high and alluring mountain in a short time.

The peak is around 3250m and has the most gorgeous view over Kerman and the lower mountains. Also, the way to the peak is exceptionally beautiful and eye-catching.

 

A simple day hike

Starting €40/person

Durations: 1 day

Altitude: 3250m

Type: Hiking

Hiking time: 9 hours

Physical rating: 3 out of 5

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Do a simple day hike and get as high as 3250m

2 Days hike

Starting €50/person

Durations: 2 days

Altitude: 3250m

Type: Hiking

Hiking time: 2h in d1/ 8h in d2

Physical rating: 3 out of 5

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Reach a cool camping site in day 1, camp and sleep there and hike the Bazargan mountain in day 2

Hezar Mountain

The highest, the most beautiful

With more than 4500m, Hezar is the highest mountain of Kerman and one the highest in Iran. It’s been named Hezar (which means thousand in Farsi) because the hillside is covert with thousands of herbals.

Since this enchanting mountain has 3 sides to ascend; you have many options to it in your own style. The easier and first face is through Babzangi village and the hardest and second one is via Rayen waterfall and Hezar shelter.

Bab-Zangi Village

Starting €50/person

Duration: 2 days (can be done in 1)

Altitude: 3350m

Type: Simple hiking

Hiking time: 3-4 hours

Physical rating: 1 out of 5

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Babzangi with the altitude of 3300m is the highest and one of the most authentic villages in Iran. In this tour we will see this village, villagers daily life, Hezar’s hillside and wonder around this magical place.

Peak via Bab-Zangi

Starting €80/person

Durations: 2 days

Altitude: 4500m

Type: Trekking

Hiking time: 2h in d1/ 8h in d2

Physical rating: 3 out of 5

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Babzangi with the altitude of 3300m is the highest and one of the most authentic villages in Iran. 

We will spend the night over there and discover the village and daily life of that place.

In the next morning we will start our ascend to the peak of Kerman’s highest mountain.

Shelter via waterfall

Starting €55/person

Durations: 2 days

Altitude: 3000m

Type: Hiking

Hiking time: 2-3 hours

Physical rating: 2 out of 5

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Rayen’s waterfall is one of Kerman’s attractions and this tour will start just near that waterfall.

After passing the waterfall we will head for the Hezar’s shelter and spend the night over there.

After wondering around in the following morning and enjoying the amazing landscape we will head back to Kerman.

Peak via waterfall

Starting €80/person

Durations: 2 days

Altitude: 4500m

Type: Trekking

Hiking time: 2h in d1/ 9h in d2

Physical rating: 4 out of 5

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After passing the Rayen’s waterfall we will head for the Hezar’s Shelter and spend the night over there.

In the next morning we will start our trekking toward Kerman’s highest peak; reach the peak near noon and get back to Kerman in the evening.

Joupar Mountain

Joupar is a huge chain of mountains that feed a vast land near the city of Kerman, Mahan included. As a result, some of the early settlements of Iran happened in this area.

Being the symbol of Kerman’s mountains; without any doubt, this whopping mountain is one of the toughest and hardest to ascend.

Joopar has many peaks above 4000m and climbing most of them is a challenge; Actually, even getting to the shelter is quite challenging itself.

Joupar’s Shelter

Starting €50/person

Duration: 2 days

Altitude: 2900

Type: Trekking

Hiking time: 5h in d1/ 4h in d2

Physical rating: 4 out of 5

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After walking through a long and never ending valley, climbing a wall, walking on a thin edge and passing through savage landscapes we will reach the mountain of Joupar’s shelter and spend the night in there.

Seh-Shakh peak

Starting €90/person

Durations: 3 days

Altitude: 4135m

Type: Trekking

Hiking time: 5h in d1/ 12h in d2/ 4h in d3

Physical rating: 5 out of 5

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After walking through a long and never ending valley, climbing a wall, walking on a thin edge and passing through savage landscapes we will reach the mountain of Joupar’s shelter and spend the night in there.

Start early morning we will try to climb the Seh-Shakh peak of Joupar mountains which will take about 12 hours. After returning to the shelter and rest the night over there we will get back to Kerman in the third day.

Tafk peak

Starting €55/person

Durations: 2 days

Altitude: 3720m

Type: Trekking

Hiking time: 5h in d1/ 8h in d2

Physical rating: 4 out of 5

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After walking through a long and never ending valley, climbing a wall, walking on a thin edge and passing through savage landscapes we will reach the mountain of Joupar’s shelter and spend the night in there.

Tafk peak is among the easiest peaks of Joupar mountains and reaching it takes about 2-3 hours.

After coming back from the peak, we will rest a little bit in the shelter and have our lunch over there and go back to Kerman afterwards.


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