Among the attractions of “Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad” Province are its many valleys that can be seen throughout the province. In the west of this province and on the border of Khuzestan province, one of these famous and beautiful valleys is located. “Tang-e Solak” or “Tang-e Sorouk” is located in “Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad” provincs, but the closest city to it is Likak, which is located in Khuzestan province.
Tang-e-Sulak is a very beautiful valley with mountainous nature, which is covered with many trees, including oak. In the middle of the valley, beautiful views can be seen.
But the beautiful nature of Tang-e-Solak is not the only reason for its fame. Rather, in the middle of this valley, there are a number of stones with ancient motifs and inscriptions that many enthusiasts enter to visit this valley. These motifs are related to the Parthian era.
Tang-e-Solak reliefs depict various scenes of magnificent ancient customs, religious symbols, cavalry and infantry battles, coronation and crowning and holding the ring of power in the presence of the gods, royal hunting, ceremonies and welcome in the heart of the mountains for the future.
It is a bit difficult to visit the stone carvings and you have to walk a distance of about 3 km, which takes at least 1 hour. For this reason, it needs proper physical preparation along this path. There are no amenities along this route and around the ancient carvings, and it is essential to bring all the necessities for a few hours of mountaineering.
The best time to visit this area is late winter and early spring. Early summers in the tropics make it difficult to walk.