در غربی ترین نقطه شهر تهران و شمال ورد آورد، جاده ای کوهستانی در کنار دره و رودخانه به روستاهای وردیج و واریش منتهی می شود. از قسمت شمالی شهرک دانشگاه شریف پس از طی فقط ۱۰ کیلومتر طبیعتی متفاوت و زیبا را می بینید که نزدیکی به تهران را از یاد می برید. روستای واریش یکی از مسیرهای صعود کوهنوردان به قلل پهنه حصار و لیچه محسوب می شود
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Updated: 17/10/2014


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