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دماوند Climbing Notes

  • August 13, 2017
    Italy M&SCF(K2 Climbers Group) from Italy

    Report of ascending to Damavand mountain
    Frist of all, on behalf of GMF congratulate to Hamnavardan_k2, Mr Beik and entire his group for successful ascending to roof of Iran.
    On report of @Mountaineering_Club_of_Iran
    Hamnavardan_k2 ascent to roof of iran on Friday, 4 Aug,at 2 pm and without any problems descent to base camp 4 Aug, at 8 pm.
    Once again on behalf of mountaineering society congratulate to this group and wish they good luck to ascend to height any mountains.

  • July 23, 2017
    Giovanni from Italy

    Hello Nasir,

    My wife and I are planning to climb Damavand from the 30 July 2017 to the 3/4 August 2017. North route.
    Do you recommend some contact with local guide?
    Thanks in advance
    Giovanni

  • June 12, 2017
    Jalal hossein beik(leader of hamnavardan_k2 group) from Iran, Islamic Republic of

    Hi guys,
    Our group is going to climb to the roof of Iran in the first week of Aug 2017. We are going to climb the south route of Damavand. We will be so glad if anyone join to us for this ascent.

  • June 11, 2017
    K2 climbers group from Italy

    Hi hamnavardan_k2 mr beik
    We are so glad that you have climbing group with a name like our group. We are ready to cooperate with your group to ascend to mountains in Iran or any mountains.
    Good luck in your ascending

  • June 11, 2017
    Jalal hossein beik(leader of hamnavardan_k2 group) from Iran, Islamic Republic of

    Hi
    Members of our group are going to climb to roof of Iran, peak of Damavand in Jul.30.2017
    This is our first ascending to peak of Damavand so we think this is an incredible experience of our life time.
    I wish success to all of the climbers.

  • June 07, 2017
    Majid from Iran, Islamic Republic of

    Hi
    i am going to climb Damavand in the end of June 2017 or first week of July from Northern east route. If some one is interested to participate I will be so glad.
    mz_majid@yahoo.com

  • March 03, 2017
    Martin from Czech Republic

    Hi guys,
    we are hoping to climb Damavand in the first week of April 2017. Could anyone give us any tips as to what weather to expect, how much snow will be in our way? Also we would appreciate any tips as to the camp sites under Damavand.

    email: morphal.cz@gmail.com
    Thanks,
    Martin

  • February 26, 2017
    Dimitri from Belgium

    Good evening Nasir,

    We are planing to reach the Damavand mid of May 2017
    Is it possible to reach the top Of Damavand in May without crampons?

    Is it credible to go from Teheran- Berga Camp 3 in one day, of then your advice is to reach Goosfan Sara from Tehran 1rst day-Goosfan-Berga on second day et last day for the final ascent?

    Do you recommend some contact with local guide?

    Thanks in advance for your answer!

    Dimitri

  • October 02, 2016
    Romek from Poland

    Dear Iranian Friends

    I'm planning to go on Damavand in January. Can you please advise : route , weather conditions, camps etc? I'm planing skitour way to approach summit,
    In case you can advise please use this email: bakari@op.pl

    Regards
    Romek

  • August 18, 2016
    Nasir from Iran, Islamic Republic of

    Dear all

    I am Nasir from Iran, I live near Damavand mountain, so if you have any question about climbing, I will try all i can to help you .

    Best regards

  • July 13, 2016
    asad Nikbakhtan- 09155810122 from Iran, Islamic Republic of

    How To Climb Damavand from the north rout?
    This is ideal for ordinary mountaineers with ordinary climbing skills and common gears during Jun and July and suitable weather condition, where there is little snow on the mountain and the weather is relatively mild.
    Damavand Itinerary from the north rout
    Day 1: Transfer from your hotel in Tehran to Nandal Resort ,drive away from tunnel 7 and 8 Haraz road -20 km away from Haraz road .
    Day 2: Take cars from Nandal to Sang Bozorg-meaning the big stone- by Mr Hamid Salehi 09119147065 and take a horse by horse man-mr Majid Ghorbannezhad-to camp 1 at 4000 altitude,after a short rest climb to camp 2 at 5000 altitude and Acclimatise.
    Day 3: Climb to Damavand summit and descent back to Camp 5000
    Day 4: Descent to Nandal Resort and transfer to Tehran.

    *** Take enough water with during your itinerary

  • March 30, 2016
    Adolfo from Italy

    Hello from Italy, I will be ascending Mount Damavand by ski next April 10-17, does anybody knows how much snow there is at present and if there are other groups attempting in the same period ?

    So long

    Adolfo

  • March 13, 2016
    Hamed from United States

    Hi Harmunt
    I will be interested to Climb Damavand in May 2017 .
    there is also a very experienced and efficient local guid if you will to be led.
    Keep in touch through Gmail @ Hamed.mdfr@gmail.com

    Hamed

  • October 07, 2015
    Hartmut from Germany

    Hi Jonas Hallen from Sweden,
    Iḿ interested to go by ski in 2017 (May). Who is interested to participate?

    Greetings from Germany
    Hartmut

  • December 18, 2014
    Asad Nikbakhtan from Iran, Islamic Republic of

    Before attempting Damavand,the highest volcano in Asia, and the highest summit in the Middle East and the second highest volcano in the northern hemisphere, you should know all the necessary Information for ascending this mountain. Dear mountaineers have to be careful about a few tips: 1. acclimatization 2.Climb to summit at 5-6 AM during June - August 3.Because of sulfur gas at peak, have a vinegar mask with you 4. Get someone to guide you during your attempt 5. Honey and lemon drink can help you to be fresh and energetic while climbing 6. Keep your cam/cell phone warm to avoid discharging 7. Finally, have necessary gears.

  • November 21, 2014
    Ardsol from Iran, Islamic Republic of

    Find useful information for summer and winter climbs to Mt Damavand Iran in Damavand Info: damawand.de

  • September 27, 2014
    Jonas Hallen from Sweden

    Hi, I'm interested in a winter ascent on Damavand (end of March/beginning of April). I'd like to get in touch with local climbers for more information

    Best regards,

    Jonas

  • September 06, 2014
    Asad Nikbakhtan from Iran, Islamic Republic of

    Dear Mountaineers;
    Of course you've read about Damavand ascending. I want to add a few important notes. First, Try to ascend to Damavand from 3rd base, Bargah Sevvom, at 5- 6 AM then try not to have a large breakfast next, taking honey and lemon drink with you can give you enough energy and avoid you from hurting sulfur gas on top. At last, keep your cam or cellphone warm not to have the batteries discharged.
    Faithfully Yours. Enjoy climbing.

  • April 03, 2013
    Mohammad Reza Safavi from Iran, Islamic Republic of

    Hello, Damavand is the highest peak of my country. It is very interesting to climb it. The best way to climb is a 3-day program. You had better reach the peak before noon because of gases containing sulphur. It is really a giant in comparison with other mountains. The normal route to climb is southern route starting from a place named in Farsi Goosfandsara.

  • July 04, 2010
    meysam arvan from Iran, Islamic Republic of

    Hello to all mountaineers.

    This the highest mount in Iran and you can reach itt from Tehran. Amol road and after Abali zone you reach Polor, then when you sea the statue of a climber that's the way to turn. It continues without asphalt to Gosfand Sara, the base camp of Damavand with 3150 meters elevation. From there to another Camp Bargah 3, you should normally take 5 hours to climb. Then you are at 4150 meters elevation. With a suggestion for a rest; I think its better to camp there and go for the peak. Next morning, with 4.5 hour climb, you're on top of Iran.

    Go for it
    We are welcoming you buddies.

  • June 15, 2010
    Erfan Fekri from Iran, Islamic Republic of

    Dear all Visitors,

    Mount DAMAVAND is the highest peak of Iran; we call it “The Roof of Iran”. There are 4 normal routes to climb Damavand:
    1-South route
    2-Northern east route
    3-West route
    4-North route

    The easiest route to access the peak is the “south route”.
    If you need more information please don’t hesitate to send me an email.

    Best Regards
    Erfan Fekri