The central mountains of Iran are a long strip interrupted by deserts, and they are single. These mountains are called “central mountains” because of their extension in the center of Iran. These peaks are located from the city of Tafresh city with Noqreh Kamar Peak and on the way to the city of Babak in Kerman, they include the peaks of Barf Anbar, Kūh-e Palang-e Ābī, Viligia, Karkasin, Karkas mountain, Mil, Mount Marshenan, Shirkuh Peak, etc.
Due to the location of each of these peaks individually in separate climate zones, they have their diversity of flora and fauna. The height of some of these peaks reaches more than 4,000 meters and they include some of the most technical peaks in Iran.