BIJAR

Altitude

2000 – 2250M

Slopes

1x Green – 1x Blue

Lifts

1x Ski lift – 1x Chairlift (Out of Service)

Opening

Week-end and Holidays
From December to April

Ski Pass

N/C

Ski resort

Bijar is located in the Kurdistan Province of Iran at equal distance from the cities of Zanjan and Hamedan (See also Tarik Dareh ski resort). The city of Bijar, 20,000 inhabitants, is nestled at 2,000m above sea level. It is famous worldwide for the quality and the beauty of its handmade persian carpets.

The specificity of this resort is its proximity with the city. You will have a great view on the skinny rooftops while skiing – A great experience !

★ Services : Ski and clothing rental – Restaurants – Hotels – Shops – Other activities

Ski area

A highly motivated staff (Ali, Ismaël, Ali Locomotive…) maintain an manage the resort. Unfortunately, the chairlift didn’t get the governmental permission to be operated (Safety issues).

Only 1x ski lift serves the green slope and a part of the blue one. Kids, elders, women, men… Everyone come with enthusiasm to gather and ski together.

For grooming the slopes, Bijar ski resort is equipped with a snow groomer.

Bijar area being located on a high plateau, the region presents great assets for kiting or even soaring. During the summer season, Bijar ski resort is renowned for its grass skiing slope.

Access

The city of Bijar can be easily reached with a minibus (3 to 5$) from Zanjan or Hamedan. The same trip would cost about 20 $ by Taxi.

No matter the weather conditions you will be able to reach the resort from the city.

GPS coordinates : 35.873513, 47.586472
Google Maps : https://goo.gl/maps/Dgptbtxnngv

Lodging

You will find in Bijar few hotels. As in many resorts in Iran, you can try and ask the staff to sleep inside the main building – Be sure that they will help you !

Locals are also extremely kind ! It is really easy to connect and have fun with those warm hearted persons – You might even be invited for night at home.

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