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8 Shahid Koh Sorkhe Arak
Arak

کوه سرخه ومجموعه کوه های معروف به گردو ودره های آن بیشترین علاقمندان به کوه پیمایی وراه پیمایی درطبیعت را به خود جذب کرده است وهم اینک میدان کوه نورد با تندیس یک کوه نورد دروسط آن وفضای مناسب برای پارک وسایط نقلیه وفرودگاه پاراگلایدرها وسرویس بهداشتی ونهال کاری، جا دارد تاشرایط بهتری را درخورشان دوستداران طبیعت آنهم شهری به وسعت اراک با هوای آلوده !پیداکند.جاده خاکی نیز ازمیدان کوه نورد تا پناهگاه ومقبره شهدا به تازگی احداث گردیده ومنبع آبی نیز درآنجا قرار داده شده است.

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