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Shemshak is a ski resort situated to the north of Tehran in the Alborz mountain range. A ski area is a place where one goes to participate in the sports of skiing and snowboarding. ... Tehran (also spelled Teheran, which more correctly reflects the Persian pronunciation) (تهران in Persian), population 9,000,000 (metropolitan: 14,000,000), and a land area of 254 square miles, is the capital of Iran and one of the major world cities. ... Alborz Mountains underneath clouds seen from Tehran Alborz (in Persian البرز), also written as Alburz or Elburz, is a mountain range in northern Iran, stretching from the borders of Armenia in the north-west to the southern end of the Caspian Sea, where also Tehran and Irans highest peak...

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Travel to Shemshak (989 words)
Shemshak ski resort was the second ski resort to be built in Iran in 1958.
It is usually sunny at Shemshak ski resort and it is blessed with a high snowfall due to its altitude and the dry air, ensuring a lot of high quality powder.
Shemshak ski resort does not have a railway station; the closest railway station is at Tehran.
Shemshak - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (180 words)
Shemshak is a ski resort situated to the north-east of Tehran in the Alborz mountain range.
Shemshak is the second largest ski area in Iran after Dizin and came into operation in 1958.
Shemshak is conveniently situated just about 55 minutes drive from Tehran, 10 Km from middle-slope parking of Dizin and 5 Km from Darband-Sar ski resort.
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