It is located 30 km south of Zabol in the holy water of Hamoun and is amazingly beautiful. The mountain is made up of basaltic black stones. Some of the monuments left in this mountain include a huge building, a fire temple, two brick castles, remains of the old road, various fences, and a number of rocky graves.
The mountain is holy to Zoroastrians, Muslims, and Christians. Among the monuments of the mountain, the Parthian – Sassanid Palace has a lot of historical value, for its stucco and paintings. In fact, it contains one of the most prominent examples of Iranian architecture in Sistan.
Its architectural works can be considered as a great fortress or small city, which has been used at least during certain periods of the Parthian, Sasanian, and Islamic periods.
Due to the geographical location of Zabul, this region has a warm and dry climate. The best time to travel is early March to early May or from early October to early November.
How go there: the best option is your private car, from Tehran to Zahedan then Zabol.