o get access to the machine, you are riding a machine in the field of Tajrish, and you were taken to a statue located in the field of Sarband. This statue was built in 1341 by Reza Lal Riahi, his figure and Iranian tourist painter and then installed. The idea of constructing this statue was proposed by Hassan Vajdankhosh in 1337 by Iranian climbers. Colonel Bayat, head of the Army’s Mountainous Training Center, prepared the preparations for it, and Tehran Mayor Ahmad Maham accepted the cost of building a statue of Darband. Then, Amir Shahkhadami, a sergeant and climber instructor of the mountain skiing and ski training center of Iran, was introduced as a model to Reza Lal Riahi and the municipality paid 10 thousand tomans for the construction of the statue.
In 1338, a year after the proposal for the proposal, it was ready to install a gypsum model and was installed in Sarband Square, but the precipitation and freezing of the winter that year shattered the part of the body of the statue. This area was long covered with the flag of Iran, until in 1341, following the chairman of the Federation of the Federation, Reza Lal Riahi prepared a cemented tomb that this statue still stands.
After the statue of the Martinal wall of Darband, you are welcomed at the very beginning. You go along the river along the river and get up to the height. After passing through a few beautiful wooden bridges, it reaches the historic site of the castle. After passing through the top ten, you will find a metal bridge, from here the two paths are opposite to you, a path below the bridge, which after passing From the wooden bridge, you will be heading to the area of Benghichal, which is a great place for climbing enthusiasts.
Every week, many climbers come to their attention, and the other way is to go straight ahead, and after passing through several cafes, a little bit of elevation comes back to a distance that has been identified with the road map.
The path to the left invites you to the Oson Hotel, the beautiful Oson wall, the Sothek High Waterfall, and at the top of the Five Walking Cabin Station and the Aras Valley Valley, as well as the oldest way to climb to the peak of the resort, SpeedCammer. But on the right path that passes through the forest in the valley, after passing through a few cafes, you can see on the right side of the area you can see with its beautiful rocks and climbing enthusiasts, tourist, as well as climbing climbers, as well as the lining wall Shervin), which shines like Ngini at its end.
Continue along the road and go to Rajab’s cafe next to the rescue davidy relief station; you will be shortly resting; from here onwards, to the Shirpala harbor, you need to step up more precisely. The path is very lush and beautiful.
After passing through the twin waterfall and a bit of engagement with the tools laid down in the path, you will be tired from seeing the Shirplah sanctuary and the beautiful waterfall of fatigue. It takes time from the Sarband Square to Shirpala, 30/2 to 2 hours. The shelter is well-equipped and there is also a possibility for a nightclub.
Here you will find many climbers moving to shelter near Ammani and the resort peaks after a break. Some people also go to the cliffs to the right, and the beautiful Aras valley (to the right), the station of five telecabin villages and the Nargis springs (one of the main sources of the river of Darband).