Route Map

Forth Route

Category: Route Map

Route 4: Tabriz-Ahar-Kalibr

Route: Arasbaran forests, solid fortresses Source: Tabriz Destination: Calibur Distance to km:

Suggested travel time: 3 days a day Duration: 2 days Route Code: 4 Access Type: Verliary Ground

Main locations and peripheral attractions The length of the route and main cities of the route: Khajeh-Guyjabell-Ahar-Kalibar

Cultural: Tomb of Sheikh Shahab - Ghasem Khan House - Babak Castle

Natural: Aladaglar Khajeh

Other: Municipal parks of shopping and entertainment centers in the cities of Ahar and Kalibar

Destination attractions

Cultural: Babak Castle

Natural: Mackidi Valley - Anza-Ainalo Forest

Other: Municipal parks of shopping and recreation centers


Hotel, Hotel apartments, an intermediate settlement center

Products and destinations for handicrafts-Oriental - Local dishes - Tribal teak-honey and dairy products

Problems and shortcomings of the lack of proper sanitary facilities in Babak's façade

Determine the assignment, delivery and appointment of camps and tourism service complexes to municipalities / governors who are mostly uncontrollable.

  • Sub-routes:
  • Tabriz-Khajeh-Heris-Meshkinshahr
  • Ahar-Horand-Abeshahmad-Kalibr
  • Ahar-Varzaghan-Kharvan
  • Harris-Merciful-Mirage

The city of Ahar is located in northern East Azarbaijan Province, and the center of this city is 116 kilometers. The famous isfahan Shaykh Shahabuddin Ahari, Jahra Ahar mosque, Ghasem Khan Ahari's house, Gujarat Bay Caravanserai, and the historical Ahar in the city are the most significant works of this city. It is also believed that the Ahar Museum of Literature and Literature, the region of Samarestan Tourism, Dushanbe Forest and Bazar Sazar, Fundghwave Ahar Park and Pashto Castle in Hoorand are among the attractions of the city of Ahar. Weaving, Jajim weaving and weaving, including traditional arts and crafts in this city Are considered.

  • The shrine of Sheikh Shahaboddin Ahari is from the seventeenth century Ayatollahs in Sheikh Shahabuddin Park of Ahar. The complex includes monasteries, mosques, tall ebony, minarets, and a number of pavilions. The history of this building, which was built in Islamic style, dates back to the era of Shah Abbas I Safavid; of course, some of its historical parts are related to this period and mainly to the period of the Ilkhanites. Since 1995 the monastery has become the Museum of Literature and Sufism, the only museum of mysticism in Iran.
  • Ahar market consists of different branches and has 4 main parts: Jafar Koolikhan market, Shaft Market, Nasiribeg and Raztabar market. This market has been restored at the time of Rashid Al-Malek, the ruler of the Arasbaran era.
  • Historical house of Qasem Khan Ahari is from the historical houses of Ahar on the city's Hezbollah street. This building has been formed in various rooms, curtains and luminaires. In 2005, the Qasem Ahari Park was built near the historic house.
  • The house of Bashir Amr (a descendant of the son of Abbas Mirza) is from the historical houses of Ahar, which is located on Sheikh Shahab al-Din al-Ahiri Street. The building is composed of rooms, interior, basements, fridges, hallways and other spaces. The house dates back to more than 110 years. The property has a total area of ​​1,200 m² and a building of more than 950 square meters. Behind the building and its two floors is opposite, along with the brick used in the building of the building in the courtyard and the blinds under the large courtyard pool. In the historic traditions of this city, it was built on one of the 5 castles of the Medes in ancient times. Currently this property is owned by its children. Following the earthquake of August 21, 2012, part of the property was destroyed.

Kalibir is one of the cities of the East Azarbaijan province and the city center of Calibar. It is located 63 kilometers northwest of Ahar, 210 kilometers northeast of Tabriz and 812 kilometers northwest of Tehran. Calibur has a temperate mountainous climate and is surrounded by tropical forests and pastures throughout the city. Due to its close proximity to the Babak castle and its location in the center of the biosphere reserve in the Arasbaran area, the city has grown significantly in tourism in the last decade.

Babak castle (castle of Bazet)

Babak Castle, built on top of a 2300-meter high mountain, is about 3 km from the city. The castle was built since the Sasanian times, and has been named after Babak Khoramdin, the leader of the Arab invaders, until 893 AD.

Arasbaran nomadic villages

A recent realization of three points with the highest tourist precedent. The three locations that are adjacent to the Kelibar Road - Ashkhulo (Abbas Abad-Ainalu-Wayan) - include Babak Castle (Qala Bazt), Maki Dai Valley Ainhalou Of course, there are many places that, despite being known to the locals, have not yet attracted tourists. For example, the potential of tourism in the villages of the Arasbaran tribes has so far been ignored. During the warm months of the year, these places, in addition to natural beauty, provide the opportunity to observe the simple and traditional lifestyle of the tribes.

The nearest active summer resort is located in the rangelands of Shoja Abad village and Babak castle (Qala Bazt).

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