Czas  12 godzin

Współrzędne 3285

Uploaded 27 maja 2016

Recorded maja 2016

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3 654 m
1 244 m
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45,14 km

Obejrzane 837 razy, pobrane 41 razy

w pobliżu  Ḩeşār, Āz̄ārbāyjān-e Gharbī (Iran)

حیات بدون عشق بی معناست. هرگز از خود نپرسید که این عشق مادی باشد یا معنوی الهی یا دنیوی شرقی یا غربی .عشق هیچ برچسبی ندارد هیچ تعریفی ندارد. عشق همانست که هست ساده و خالص . عشق آب حیات ست و عاشق شعله آتش . جهان دگرگون خواهد شد هنگامیکه آتش آب را دوست بدارد
" شمس تبریزی "

A life without love is of no account. Don’t ask yourself what kind of love you should seek, spiritual or material, divine or mundane, Eastern or Western. Divisions only lead to more divisions. Love has no labels, no definitions. It is what it is, pure and simple. Love is the water of life. And a lover is a soul of fire! The universe turns differently when fire loves water.
" shams tabrizi "

the temple of shams located in khoy.

Avrin is a high mountain in Iran in the north west of khoy near the boundary of turkey. this week we tracked this mountain as well as cher waterfall near badalan village.
the group traking had 30 trackers with leading of sarhang Musanejad

what we know about khoy:
Khoy is a city in and the capital of Khoy County, West Azerbaijan Province, Iran. Khoy is biggest city in the Azerbaijan region that is not capital of Province.

The region's economy is based on agriculture, particularly the production of fruit, grain, and timber. Khoy is nicknamed as the Sunflower city of Iran.The main religion is Shia Islam. Occupied since Median times, it shares a long history as an important Christian
Khoy was named in ancient times for the salt mines that made it an important spur of the Silk Route.3000 years ago, a city had existed on the area where Khoy is located nowadays, but its name became Khoy only from 14th centuries ago. In 714 BC, Sargon II passed the region of which Khoy is part of in a campaign against Urartu.

It later become an important town of the Armenian historical region of Nor Shirakan, and was part of the Kingdom of Armenia for centuries. In Armenian, Khoy is known as Hér .

In the Parthian period, Khoy was the gateway of the Parthian Empire in the Northwest. Around the year 37 BC, Marc Anthony had crossed the plain that is located between Khoy and Marand during one of the many and frequent Roman-Parthian Wars.

One of the important historic elements of the city is the St. Sourp Sarkis church. Armenian documents wrote that the date of the making has to be either 332 or 333 AD. In the city and its surrounding villages, churches are seen and it is reported that Armenians have always been comprising a significant amount of the cities population, but the city was never an "Armenian city" .

By the first half of the 11th century the Byzantine emperors were actively trying to round off their eastern territories, in an attempt to absorb the unstable Armenian dynasties. In 1021-2 emperor Basil II led his army as far as Khoy within 175 km of Dvin, and obtained the surrender of royalty from the Artsruni dynasty of Van.

In 1210, the city was conquered by the forces of Kingdom of Georgia sent by Tamar the Great under the command of Zakaria and Ivane Mkhargrdzeli. This was a response to the sacking of Georgian-controlled Ani which occurred in 1208 and left 12,000 Christians
Khoy was fortified at various times in its history, most recently by the Qajar dynasty in the Nineteenth Century.

In the wake of the demise of the Safavids, the Ottomans took Khoy on 6 May 1724, a territorial gain which was confirmed with Imperial Russia through the Treaty of Constantinople (1724). With the reestablishment of a strong Iranian authority under Nader Shah, the town was reconquered. After the death of Nader Shah in 1747, Khoy broke away from central government of Iran like several other regions of Iran, including what is now Georgia and some of the northern Caucasian Khanates comprising the north-western territories of Iran. Khoy became the centre of the newly established Khanate of Khoy (1747–1813) which was loyal to the central government only when it was powerful (like during Karim Khan's reign), and autonomous when the central role was weak. The return of Khoy to the central government of Iran was during the beginning of Qajar period during Agha Mohammad Khan's reign. Khoy was attacked by Russia in 1827 who was attempting to seize the last of the Caucasian territories of Iran comprising Armenia and what is now Azerbaijan during the Russo-Persian War (1826-1828). The war, which mainly razed in the extremely nearby South Caucasus region eventually happened to moved deeper south as well. Until 1828, Khoy had a large number of Armenians, however, the Treaty of Turkmenchay following the outcome of the 1826-1828 war and the victory over the neighbouring Ottoman Empire as concluded in the Treaty of Adrianople, encouraged the mass resettlement of Armenians from both Turkey and Iran in Russia. In the mid-1800s some of them immigrated to Eastern Armenia, which by then had just became part of the Russian Empire. However, a small Armenian population remained living in Khoy. This was noted by an American missionary in 1834. He noted further that in the villages around Khoy there were a few more, but the vast majority had migrated to the North of the Aras river following Russia's victory over Persia in 1828 and the encouraged settling in the newly incorporated Russian regions of Eastern Armenia.

With the advent of the 1910s, Khoy was occupied by Ottoman troops, but they were completely expelled from the area by the Russians by 1911. Khoy was one of the many cities in Iran which garrisoned Russian infantry and cossacks. The Russians retreated at the time of Enver Pasha's offensive in the Iran-Caucasus region, but returned in around early 1916, and stayed in the region up to the wake of the Russian Revolution. In 1918, for a final brief period, the Ottomans took Khoy until the decisive end of World War I and the Armistice of Mudros. In World War II, Khoy was again occupied by Soviet troops, who remained until 1946.

Khoy is located in the mountains, so the weather is very cold in winter and cool in summer. Spring weather in this city is very pleasant. The city is located in the vicinity of mountains such as Chelekhaneh Mount and Avrin Mount (The highest mountain of West Azarbaijan Province).

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Technical Report of climbing:

Hiking category : moderate
Round tracking Distance : 12 km
Tilt track near peak : 23 degree
Gain : 1450m
Initial height : 2200m
summit height : 3653m
Vertical ascent speed : 400 m/h
Horizontal ascent speed : 1.7 km/h
special comment :
Water supply : , 2300m 3150m
Track status : cloudy
Stop at peak : 30 minute
comment :
Climbing date :
Nearby peaks :
Nearby villages : hesar badalan
The best time to climb : June
Photos from : meshkabadi - shojakhani

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گزارش فنی صعود

رده صعود متوسط
مسیر رفت و برگشت 12 کیلومتر باشیب متوسط 24 درجه از نقطه سبز از ده حصار نزدیک پناهگاه. فاصله نقطه قرمز تا نقطه سبز مسیر ده حصار از شهر خوی میباشد که با مینی بوس در مدت 1.5 ساعت پیموده شده است
شروع صعود از ده حصار 500 متر مانده به پناهگاه مسیر برگشت کمی از مسیر رفت بهتر است و برای صعود نیز پیشنهاد می گردد
نام محلی قله : اورین
نوع برنامه: دو روزه و حرکت به قله از پناهگاه ساعت 5 صبح و رسیدن به قله ساعت 8.30 صبح
زمان صعود 3.5 ساعت زمان برگشت 3 ساعت . پناهگاه تا دریاچه 2 ساعت دریاچه تا قله 1.5 ساعت
ارتفاع صعود شده 1450 متر
ارتفاع ده حصار 2250 متر و ارتفاع پناهگاه 2350متر ارتفاع دریاچه 3150 متر
ارتفاع قله 3652 متر
سرعت صعود ارتفاعی 400 متر در ساعت
سرعت صعود افقی 1.8 کیلومتر بر ساعت
وضعیت مسیر ابری و گاهی بارانی و قله سرد اما بدون باد
وضعیت قله سرد
محل برداشت اب ارتفاع 2300 متر در نزدیکی پناهگاه و ارتفاع 3150 در کنار دریاچه ها و البته در تمام مسیر بجز نزدیکیهای قله کمابیش آب گوارا جاری است
مدت توقف در قله بدلیل سردی هوا و باد 30 دقیقه
مسیر برگشت متفاوت با مسیر رفت
مسئول برنامه سرهنگ موسی نژاد
تاریخ صعود 7 خرداد ماه 95
نزدیکترین قلل :
دهات مجاور: حصار بدلان
مسیر : از خوی بسمت جاده چالدران حرکت و در اوایل این جاده با چرخش بسمت چپ بسوی ده پسک سپس بدلان و سرانجام حصار رفته و به پناهگاه می رسیم و بعد از بدلان جاده خاکی وپر پیچ و خم و درجه سه می باشد ضمنا در نزدیکی ده بدلان آبشاری بنام چر وجود دارد که سه راهی آن در نقشه مشخص شده است و دارای تابلوی راهنمای واضحی است

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گزارش برنامه بزبان آقای مشک آبادی

برنامه جشنواره کوه اورین
کوه اورین در استان آذربایجان غربی در غرب شهرستان زیبای خوی در حومه روستای حصار به ارتفاع 3650 متر قرار دارد که به خاطرداشتن طبیعت زیبا و مراتع سر سبز آن معروف و مشهور است در مسیر صعود نیز در ارتفاعات آن دریاچه ای کوچک و زیبایی وجود دارد که هر کوهنوردی را مجذوب خود می کند گروه کوهنوردی آذربایجان روز پنجشنبه مورخ 95/3/6 با دو دستگاه مینی بوس جهت شرکت در جشنواره کوه اورین وارد شهرستان زیبای خوی شده پس از بازدید همنوردان و مشتاقان دیدن مزار شمس به پارک شمس رفته بعد از دیدن مقبره شمس از جاذبه های دیگری آن بازار قدیمی خوی بود باز دید سپس جهت دیدن آبشار زیبای قیزیل چیر رهسپار منطقه شدیم همنوردان پس از بازدید آبشارو صرف ناهار ادامه مسیر داده به روستای حصار دامنه کوه اورین رسیدیم شرکت کنندگان شب پنجشنبه را در منزل شخصی اجاره ای در روستای حصار بیتوته کرده و صبح روز جمعه ساعت پنج صعود خود را شروع و اولین گروهی بودند که به قله کوه اورین صعود و فرود آمدند سر پرستی برنامه را جناب سرهنگ موسی نژاد عضو هیئت مدیره گروه به عهده داشتند که متحمل زحمات زیادی شدند با تقدیر و تشکر فراوان از آن بزرگوار و همچنین همکاری اعضای شرکت کننده با نامبرده الخصوص هیات کوهنوردی شهرستان زیبای خوی . همه شما را به خدای دانا و توانا می سپاریم پیوست دلتان شاد و لبتا ن خندان باد

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در صورت تمایل به مشاهده گزارش سرپرست گروه کوهنوردی آذربایجان آقای مشک آبادی و مشاهده آرشیو کامل عکسها عبارت زیر را کلیک کنید

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  • cavid 2019-04-14

    The two villages of Hesar and Kuchak are occupied with military forces. Without climbing permits, they will never let you to climb! Our expedition impeded on April 14, 2019.
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    در دو روستای حصار و کوچک پایگاه نظامی و نظامیان حضور دارند. امکان صعود بدون مجوز وجود ندارد. بدلیل نبود مجوز صعود، در تاریخ ۲۵ فروردین ۱۳۹۸ مجبور به برگشت شدیم!

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