Shahdagh (4,243 meters)
It is a massive mountain that looks remote and inaccessible. But it is possible to conquer it. To this end, you can get to Suvar by car, while you will have to walk the rest of the road. It will take three days to conquer Shahdagh. There are two roads leading to the Shahdagh peak. These are northern and southern routes developed by local mountaineers. Although it is dangerous and difficult to climb, the wonderful view of Shahdagh, its excellent air, Garabulag which you will see on the road, high mountain lakes, canyons and other wonders are fascinating. There are shrines, ancient caravan paths, remains of an antique bridge and other traces of history in the area. The easiest way to reach this greatest peak of Azerbaijan is to use the road from the south. It is a safe road that does not require any special mountaineering equipment. This is the road used by the topographer Andrey Pastukhov, which was the first to draw the map of the mountain ridge in 1892.