Hezar Mountain, BamKerman province
Hezar Mountain, Bam
The heights of the Province of Kerman are the continuation of the central mountain ranges of Iran. These are the volcanic folds beginning in East Azarbayjan, and stretching out till Baluchestan. These comprise of the branch mountain Bashagard and Koohbanan, the tallest heights of the region, in addition to providing scope for mountaineering and winter sports.
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The said mountain is located in the Rayn Village of Bam, and has an altitude of 4,465 m. This region extends over an area of 900 sq. km. and comprises of the Sarboneh and Sarmashk that adjoin the Lalehzar and Bahr Aseman Mountains. The Marqzar and Tah Rood Rivers segregate these mountains from the Barez Ranges. The Garchidan and Gishigan Rivers take their sources in the eastern skirts of these mountains, flowing into the Tah Rood River. From its northern front, the Kashak River and other overflows run towards the northwest. In the south and south western skirts of these mountains the Roodrou and Halil Rood Rivers form their sources.
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