Taken 7th April 2007. Zoomed west shot to the Takht-e-Soleiman massif from Alamoot. I believe Alamoot is a special valley for the Alborz range.
The view of the most impressive part of Middle-Alborz (the Takht-e-Soleimans), the whole main West-Alborz ridge-line (Siyalan, Khashechal...) and the King(Shah-Alborz range) in a single 360deg turn, non countable 4000+m peaks.
Anyway the different shape and far but tallest form of AlamKooh peak makes the others look so low !
In the picture :
(very left cone) Takhte Soleyman Peak 4659m
(triangle horn) Alamkooh 4850m
(folded mountains in front of Alam and Takht) HaftKhan peaks 4537m
(black bump on left crest of Alam) N-Khersan 4680m
(then) M-Khersan 4620m ViranKooh 4609m
(the last tall peak) S-Khersan 4659m
(bump) Setareh 4296m
(small horn) Menareh 4378m
(very right vast cone) Gardooneh Kooh 4402m
I cant name the 3 front layers, they are the many 4000m bounadry of the Takht-e-Soleimans.
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