Kord-e-Olya waterfall in Isfahan province
This waterfall is located 120 km to the west of Isfahan city.It’s close to a small town called Kord-e-Olya . It forms because of melting snow of the Dalan Kooh summits. The water is about 50 meter height.The town is small locla residential area and is considered is part of a bigger city known as Tiran. Tiran is a small historical city hosting some visit-worthy historical attractions. Because of being close to Dalankooh highs, the area has been reach in water sources and has a cool and moderate climate. Therefore, it had been a good location for rullers of Isfahan in the past to pass the hot summers of Isfahan.
How to visit the waterfall
If you want to visit this waterfall and historical attractions specially the Qomishloo fortress of Zellol Soltan (a ruller of Isfahan in Qajar era) You should take a local taxi or buss from Isfahan or any private drivers (suggested).You can first visit the Tiran and then go to Kord-e-Olya and ask the local for a proper route. I also leave you the location of the water fall and the castle below.