If you want to do as standard and with a heavy backpack including overnight equipment, a two-day plan is the best offer to enjoy nature with the least pressure. For this purpose, you can sleep in Kojur, Marzan-Abaad or Sisangan the night. Start trekking early morning until afternoon about 16 Km. You need a place to spend the night on the way. The best offer is a place called Dalan Behesht in the middle of the trek. This camp place has natural pools of water, springs and waterfalls. Next day you will have about 7 Km until Mola-kala village, so you need only 3-4 hours trekking.
The climate of Kojur is cool and the heights of the region are snowy in winter. The route from Kojur to Sisangan is lower in height and cold, but due to the need to cross the river during the route, winter is not suitable for this trekking. Navigating in the summer is good and acceptable, but the possibility of sultry weather on most summer days and the need to carry a heavy backpack can make the program tedious. Moderate seasons, including spring and early autumn, are the best time to travel from Kojur to Sisangan, provided there is no rain. Spring usually has less rainfall than autumn in this area, but unforeseen conditions must be considered before the program. In general, May and June are usually the best time for the program in spring and late September to November. If there is rain, the path becomes very muddy and slippery, and being in the valley can be dangerous, especially since most of this path passes by the river or inside the river.
Backpack, trekking boots, sunglasses and hat for sunny days, warm clothes for cold seasons, medicine and personal accessories, water bottle, fruit, food and snacks, GPS with extra battery or power bank for phone, tents and sleeping bag.