Khosh Yeylagh Wildelife Shelter

About: Khosh Yeylagh Wildelife Shelter

Khosh Yeylaq wildlife shelter is located in the north east of Shahroud town. Animal habitats and plant coverage of this area is very variable. This region has a special and valuable life variety for having distinct natural views and variable ecosystems including forest, mountain, Caspian Sea humidity and dry and arid plain ecosystems and it is one of the rarest wildlife shelters of Iran.
Khosh Yeylaq preserved district is one of the first preserved districts of the country which was announced preserved in 1972 and it was changed to the title of wildlife shelter since 1985.

General Specifications
Khoshyeylagh Wildelife Shelter
Animal features
Maral, Brown Bear, Jackal, Hyena, Palla's Cat, Porcupine, Rabbit and etc
Plant features
Hardwood caspian forest trees such as Maple, Oak, Beech, Hawthorn and Medlar
Nearest tourist attractions
Historical Complex of Bastam and the Tomb of Sheikh Abul Hasan Kharghani
Access route
Semnan, Shahrud, Shahrud road to Azadshahr
Parking at the beginning
Residence at the beginning
Shelters on the path
Drinkable water spring on the path
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