News ID: 320694
Published: 0956 GMT April 02, 2022

Iran’s first aerial bike path inaugurated in Ardebil Province

Iran’s first aerial bike path inaugurated in Ardebil Province
IRNA

Iranica Desk

The first aerial bike path of Iran was inaugurated in Hirland Tourism Complex in the city of Hir, northwestern province of Ardebil.

Speaking in the inaugural ceremony held on Friday, Nader Fallahi, director general of Ardebil Provinces Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization, said that the organization is determined to support the innovative and creative projects in the current Iranian year, which started March 21, designated as the as the Year of Production, Knowledge-Based and Job Creation by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, IRNA reported.

He added that the tourism sector of the province has significant potentials to attract a large number of tourists and help improve the economy of the region.

All provincial officials support investments made in the tourism and handicrafts sectors of the region and try to remove obstacles,” he noted.

The official said Hir has turned into one of the main hubs of tourism and amusement sports in the country.

Creating happiness and joy in the community is among the top priorities of the organization,” Fallahi said, pointing out that it will help people keep hopes alive.

 

 

Addressing the same ceremony Mohammad Omidvar, director general of Hirland Tourism Complex, said 10 bikes travel through the newly-established path back and forth.

He said all safety measures were  carried out in the project and there will be no danger to cyclists.

He noted that 36 jobs were created by the project, adding 50 accommodation units are expected to be built in the area in the near future.

The largest glass floor suspension bridge of the country is located in Hirland Tourist Complex, which has various sections such as jumping ride, zip line for kids and adults and trampoline.

   
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