Iran's busiest resort opened for business in 1969. Development ground to a halt after the 1979 revolution, and these days it's looking a little rough around the edges. There's not much going on in the town – a few buildings, a couple of hotels, and don't even think about getting online from your laptop. For most of us though, a visit to Iran is going to be more about the cultural experience than the skiing. It's a far cry from the homogenized world of skiing and snowboarding that we've all become familiar with, and this more than makes up for the lack of up-to-date facilities.
Iran’s largest resort.
Real travelling experience.
Lack of steep terrain.
It’s a long way to go if there turns out to be no snow.