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Makhmal Koh khoram abad

روستایی بود که سر هر پشت بام سگی بود و میخواستم قدمی جلو برم همش با ترس و شک بود خیلی استرس باحالی بود :)) پر از سنگهای یک تکه و بزرگ 

پیشنهاد اکید به سنگنوردان بولدر :)

مخمل کوه یکی از کوه های بسیار زیبای لرستان است . مخمل کوه کوهی

است به ارتفاع بیش از دو هزار و ۹۰۰ متر در شمال شرق خرم آباد که به عنوان بخشی از دره تاریخی خاید آلو / قسمتی از شهر خرم آباد را در دامن خود جای داده است . به خاطر گل سنگ های زیبا با رنگ سبز مخملی که در بهار روی سنگ ها رشد می کنند ، به این اسم معروف شده است .

این کوه بلند در دو سمت به دو تنگه مهم و استراتژیک ختم می شود که در طول تاریخ شاهد رخداد های گوناگونی بوده است . قسمت جنوبی مخمل کوه به جاده بروجرد به خرم آباد ختم می شود ؛ محلی که در هنگام ورود رضاخان به لرستان شاهد جنگ ها و درگیری های خونینی بوده است . انتهای شمالی مخمل کوه نیز به جاده خرم آباد - الشتر می رسد که به تنگ شبیخون مشهور است و نام آن گویای بسیاری چیز هاست .

این کوه بافتی رسوبی دارد و بیشتر قسمت های آن پوشیده از گلسنگ است . با آغاز فصل بارش گلسنگ های سیاه رنگ و آفتاب سوخته سبز رنگ می شوند . سراسر سبز . گلسنگ ها آفتاب گریز هستند به همین علت قسمت هایی از مخمل کوه که کمتر آفتاب گیر است سرسبز تر و دیدنی تر است . در قسمت انتهای شمالی مخمل کوه در تنگ شبیخون به همت اداره کل منابع طبیعی لرستان پارک جنگلی دایر شده که در فصل بهار و زمستان بسیار دیدنیست .

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Copyright: Omid Jafarnezhad
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11648x5824
Taken: 01/06/2012
Uploaded: 01/06/2012
Updated: 30/03/2015


Tags: makhmal koh; khoram abad; iran
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