Meshshah waterfall is one of the waterfalls in the city of Khorramabad, the Papi district, the village of Bisheh, which is located in the neighborhood of Drood and the railroad station of Bishk. Bashkhad Waterfall is the forty-eighth national monument by the Heritage Organization On March 27, 2008, Iran’s cultural heritage was listed on the Natural Heritage List of Iran.
The height of the cascade is 48 meters to the point of contact with the earth, and 10 meters from there to connect to the Caesar River, and the width of the crater is 20 meters. At the top of the waterfall, there is a large number of springs near the station, which after crossing The train station is made up of the bush waterfall. Due to the coincidence of this cascade with several beautiful buildings such as the vast oak forests, the grove village and the prospectus of the railway station, it can be considered an appropriate tourist area.
In the east of the waterfall of the Hills of Kalahukh and in the north, the mountain iszgan overlooks it. The village of Cheshmeh Parian is seen east and far away at high altitudes from the waterfall. In addition, the immediate connection of the village with the cascade is of great importance.
Doroud railway line is about 30 km south-east of Drood and is about 35 minutes away from Doroud city and is 130 km far from Doroud. This waterfall next to the railway station of Bisheh along the Tehran-South route.
Access to the waterfall through the city of Khorramabad, which is about 60 kilometers miles. The access road is paved by the Khorramabad city in the heart of the Zagros Mountains and in the Papi district.
Writer : Sara Ordikhani