Takhte Soleyman or Takht-e Suleyman (Persian: تخت سلیمان) is a mountain in the Takht-e Suleyman Massif, Alborz mountain range, north of Iran.
Takhte Soleyman means Solomon’s Throne (seat). Takhte Soleyman is a prominent peak that rises to the north of the 4850 m Alam Kuh Peak which is the highest point of the Takht-e Suleyman Massif. It dominates the view from the popular Sarchal Shelter.
Takhte Soleyman is a very rugged peak whose slopes are covered by cliffs/needles many of which can be thought of as sub-peaks. Despite this, the main route to the summit is non-technical through a boulder/scree covered area to the south.
The nearest mountain hut is Khersan located 1 930m/6 333ft S of the summit.
By elevation Takht-e Soleiman is
# 2 out of 39 in Alamkuh Peaks National Natural Heritage # 3 out of 1441 in Mazandaran Province # 4 out of 41103 in Iran # 2 out of 94 in بخش خرم آباد # 3 out of 7021 in the Alborz
By prominence Takht-e Soleiman is
# 3 out of 39 in Alamkuh Peaks National Natural Heritage # 90 out of 1441 in Mazandaran Province # 5 out of 94 in بخش خرم آباد
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