One of the natural sights of Kohgiloyeh and Boyerahmad is the picturesque village of Mah Gardi in the north of Sarfaryab Rural District and the outskirts of Kuh-e Nir. Sarfaryab Distric, one of the areas of Charam County in Kohgiloyeh and Boyerahmad is the center of tourists’ attention in all the seasons for its numerous streamlets and unique natural and spiritual sights.
Although due to the migration of its residents, Mah Gardi Village has become vacant for years, its original sights and bubbling springs have always been the resort for tourists and nature lovers.
This charming and dream area has diverse vegetation and graceful nature which is rare, if not unique. However, the thing that grandstands the most in “Mah Gardi” and is known as a symbol in the region is the exquisite and strange rock known as “Sang Chehreh”.
Sang Chehreh (Rock Face) is located 100 meters from the abandoned village of Mah Gardi and on a cliff with a height of 800 meters. It is 1700 meters from sea level.
Sang Chehreh is located on a small base whose dimension might be about 4 square meters and at the edge of a cliff and it seems like it is about to fall down any moment. As it is known, this rock has been there that way for hundreds of years; however, it might lose balance and fall down any moment by a strike or press and the mountaineers and those who visit this place must take it in their consideration.