Baraghan (Zone A)



Access issues inherited from Baraghan

Plenty of parking by the road. There is a path from the parking to the other side of the river. The cave is very obvious from the road.


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moves on the left edge of the third cave

common with Ati until the end part and Nikta goes to left .

On the edge of the third cave , directly goes up to the chain anchor


an amazing route on the roof of the second cave with good holds but breathtaking movements .


Moves directly toward the roof of the second cave to come out and join the manoto route .


on the right corner of the second cave , it moves up on the ledge with some amazing movements and then traverse to left .


Enter the smaller cave and turn around facing the outside. The route starts on your right and traverses the roof to left, ending at the centre of the cave. Cruxy start, sustained at the beginning but eases towards the end. Crag classic.

FA: nasim eshqi

Set by nasim eshqi, 15 Nov 2013

on the right corner of the rock , a slab with good holds but a bit far from each other shows itself

First cave, on the left. Bouldery start that continues on with sustained climbing. Finish up on Adventure of Pinocchio bolted anchor

Set by nasim eshqi, 7 Jun 2017

FA: Hamid Habibzadeh, 8 Jun 2017

Start from the inside of the left opening of the larger cave, continue on to leave the cave on two finger pockets and small positive crimps and climb straight up kneebaring and pinching between the two tufas to the top. Bouldery finish.

FA: nasim eshqi

Set by nasim eshqi & Sina Heidari, 15 Apr 2018

On the outer lip of the right side of the smaller cave. A reasonably steep and slightly overhang start. Continues on across the outer face of the cave. Technical moves near the top with very small crimps and foot holds.

FA: nasim eshqi

Set by nasim eshqi & Sina Heidari, 5 Jun 2018

The slippery limestone roof crack line at the end of the bigger cave, starting from the right and going to left, ending at the centre of the roof. Requires plenty of hand and foot jamming to send. There is no kidding around on this route. It needs plenty of technique and endurance as you are hanging off the roof for 20m. Bonus points if you find the kneebar giving you upside down handsfree rest. End with a bouldery problem at the anchor. The route has seen several attempts by European climbers. Could potentially be done trad.

Set by nasim eshqi & Khashayar Mortazavi, 27 Jun 2016

FA: Khosro Hashemzadeh, 1 Jun 2017

Nice and amazing crack

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