Chehreh Rock which is perched on a towering cliff edge in southwestern Iran is a major tourist attraction.
Chehreh Rock is located in Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province in southwestern Iran. The rock stands 100 meters away from an abandoned village by the name of Mah Gardi. Chehreh Rock, which is two meters high and three meters long, sits on a rocky hill which is 800 meters in height.
Although residents of the village have abandoned it to live in urban areas, its intact natural attractions and bubbling springs have always kept it as a destination for tourists and nature enthusiasts.
Being perched on a towering cliff edge, Chehreh Rock is visible from afar, including different areas of Sarfaryab.
Erosion is the reason behind the emergence of the rock formation. In fact the soft composition of the rock beneath coupled with water and wind erosion has contributed to the formation of the rock.
The following is a photo gallery of Chehreh Rock that Irandeserts.com has posted on its website: