Evan’s Lake – Qazvin
The beautiful Lake Evan is located in the northern half of Alamut on the slopes of Khashchal Mountain at a distance of 75 km and among the four villages of Evan, Varban, Zawar Dast and Zarabad, Qazvin.
The lake, which covers more than 70,000 square meters, is located at an altitude of 1800 meters above sea level. Its length is 325 meters long and its width is 275 meters.
Part of the lake’s water is supplied from groundwater sources in the lake and a small part of it is also available during the rain, but it is superficial and low. The deepest part of the lake is about 6 meters deep, located in the southeast. There is also a small stream of water from the lake’s water, which is used by the farmers in the villages of Kuwshk and Ayin.
In the summer, the lake is a fishing-boat, swimming and boat ride and in the autumn, is hired by migratory birds such as swans, geese, ducks, and in the winter it is skiing when it comes to snow and ice.
There are various types of salmon trout, carp and duck in the lake. The wildlife in the basin includes the whole and the goats, leopards, brown bears, foxes, jackals, wolves, and hogs, which has been dramatically reduced due to over-hunting and destruction of their habitats.
Evan’s Lake has been officially recognized as the world’s tourism hub with the presence of the United Nations and the flagging of the United Nations and the flag of the United Nations.
The lake is shining like an emerald and with its enchanting view it attracts many domestic and foreign tourists in four seasons.