The Kalleh Sang Summits (about 3400 m. elevation) is at the 4 K.m of the north of Souhan village (2100 m. elevation) such as great arc. The village is on the 20 K.m distance from the west of Shahrak (small town in central of Taleghan) and at the 4 K.m on the north of Taleghn dam. It is between the west of Taleghan Central Alborz Summits with Taleghn dam and its lake.
The group of antelopes (wild goat) in the west of Kalleh Sang
In the western south of the KallehSang, there is Goshani saddle which is separated the southern peak of KallehSang from Mill peak in the west of it. In the south of saddle there are Danekhani valley and spring. In the north of Goshani saddle and the west of KallehSang, there are high and low KhoshkeChall pits. Also in the western north of Kalleh Sang, there is the Rozhdeh ridgeline towards the Alangari saddle.
The map of KallehSang Mountain
There is in the south of Kalleh Sang, Ziminekan area that is place for Souhanian shepherds and their animals. Also there is the FarrokhNow spring in the eastern north of Ziminekan. In the east of above summits are Marsangedoosh peaks. There is in the north of KallehSang and Rozhdeh and Marsangedoosh (as general Kalleh Sang), landslip impassable rims towards the great valley of Malekhani.
From southern ridgeline of KallehSang towards dam Taleghan and its lake
The KallehSang faces are fully rocky in the south, west and north. It is separated in the east side with Doojar Saddle (about 3000 elevation). In the east of them, there are Marsangedoosh mountains with lower elevation from 3200 m.
Rocky rim in the north of the soutern peak of Kalleh Sang
There are in the south of KallehSang and Marsangedoosh arc, two long ridgeline towards the north and east of Souhan village which are good pathes for climbing to them from village. Also there is another mountainous path to Ziminekan and Doojar saddle from Miyanrah valley that is valley between of two KallehSang and Marsangedoosh southern ridgelines.
Image of the southern rocky ridgeline in the north of Doboraridoosh
The word of "Kall" means the male antelope (wild goat) which is lived in these zones as wild. The word of "Sang" means the stone. According to, the word of "Kalleh Sang" mean stone places that are lived antelopes and or there are great stony blocks such as antelopes or both! Also they are reported that another wild animals as bear, wolf, tiger, eagle are seen in these mountains.
The pictures of rocky blockes in the KallehSang
The better way for direct rising to KallehSang is from the north of Souhan village. Also at the east of village are another ways for rising to Ziminekan and Marsangedoosh. In the end of climbing from each of them, it is good idea that returning would be done from another way.
The southern face of Doboraridoosh towards of central peaks
In the low image is two views of Doboraridoosh eastern face
But with attention to the difficulties of rising in rocky summits and problems of climbing in the landslip and rocky rims, it is recommended that the starting point, would be from Danehkhani valley in the western south of KallehSang and then towards the top of rocky peaks and continue untill Doojar saddle. For returning to Souhan village could be done from of Ziminekan and Miyanrah valley or Marsangedoosh peaks and from east ridgeline to the east of village.
West staple rims of Doboraridoosh and southern peaks of Kalleh Sang
For rising to the peaks of KallehSang, it is starting from the north of Souhan village. An olden path is towards the north in the ridgeline of Robaposhteh hill. Then there are many screws lines with high slope and in the top of hill, the way is straight and low slope to the north and we can see the southern peak of KallehSang and also the dam and lake of Taleghan in the south, as well as possible.
One of the central peaks of Kalleh Sang
After about 2 K.m we arrive to small rocky ridgeline that its name is Kokalekan or Kokalekani Boor and then toward up and Derazchak hill. After about another 1 K.m we are in the foothill of Danekhani hill. The way is changed such as little screws and the top of it forwards the north, it passed from the west hillside of southern peak of kalleh Sang and forwads Danekhani valley and spring. There is a suitable place for resting and take water for continue.
The peaks of suthern and eastern in the central of Kalleh Sang arc
From the source of Danekhani spring is high slope toward the up and the peak of southern KallehSang is in the end of rocky slopes which is very onerous climbing. Then after about 200 m. in the north rocky ridgline are the famous of two grand stone which are named DoborariDoosh. They are seen from west and east of kallehSang such as two persons which are leaned to another.
The southern rocky ridgeline of the last peaks before eastern ridgeline of kallehSang
The movement in stones at the top of rocky peaks is very difficult and dangerous. Extensionally in the center of KallehSang arc and when we want going to the east, only one narrow way is for rising without technical tools.
Three peaks of the tallest summits in the center of Kallehsang
The Kalleh Sang tallest peaks are in the center and east of it. On the top of central summits forward the north, you can see the Central Alborz of Taleghan. In the south is seen the dam Taleghan and its lake, and a lot of villages in environment of it. In the west and western north, there are low and high KhoshkeCall pits and Rozhdeh ridgeline.
In the top of KallehSang to the north, the Taleghan central Alborz Montains,
from right to left - ShahAlborz, Salbarf, Siyakooh, Sefidab and Khass peaks
The summits of KallehSang were used such as monitoring palces in the past. It is told that there was olden stony crypt for scouting on the mountainous way from Souhan village of Taleghan forwads Aveh village of Alamoot and the north of country (Sehezar summits and Tonkabon city).
Two images of the north rims of KallehSang
For going to Marsangedoosh from the top of KallehSang summits, we must descend to the east ridgeline towards Doojar saddle and then climb to the east for going to the top of Marsangedoosh peaks. For return to Souhan village, it must be descended from southern ridgeline to the east of village and its eastern sandy way in the Miyanrah zone.
The one of the central tallest peaks and its stony bloc in the top of it
Also it is posible that we move towards the south and Ziminekan and Miyanrah valley that it is ended to sandy way in the east of Souhan vilage.
The eastern face of the last peak in the east of KallehSang
with its beautiful rocky crown
کله سنگ تا مرسنگدوش * * * کله سنگ بخش اول * * * قله های مرسنگدوش * * * مرسنگدوش تا کله سنگ
From Doojar saddle towards east, the peaks of Marsangedoosh summits
By: Hosein Zeinali
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