Kooh Gol Lake:
The Kooh Gol Lake is located to the north of Boyer Ahmad and in the north eastern part of tourism city of Sisakht and close to the hills of Kooh Gol. The location of this lake is in one of the most beautiful parts of this province which is covered with different types of wild flowers and lilies. Multiple immigrant birds at the coast and sides of this lake give an amazing view to this area. Lots of birds including duck and drake with green heads, storks and herons along with black cocks give a glorious scene to this region.
The Sefid mountain is located in the north west of Yasooj and south west of Sisakht. This mountain is 3,102 m. in height and runs in a parallel direction to the Savrouz Mountain which has a height of 3,189 m. These two majestic elevations are counted as the very important heights of the central mountains of the Zagross Mountain Ranges.
Dena Wildlife Protected Zones:
One of the most beautiful natural areas of the province is the Dena protected Zone. It has the privilege of having a vegetation and animal species. This region is mountainous area with high summits, tall faces and deep valleys.In the eastern part of Dena, there is the historical bottleneck of Bijan. The northern, western and southern frontiers of this area are surrounded by the Marir and Besha Rivers. Dena Mountains forms the axis of several water reserves from rivers in addition to various with lots of springs on the various slopes of these mountains. This vicinity is rich regarding vegetation for therapeutic use and consumption. Some of these trees are Kikom, sand, wild plum and oak trees. The Dena Bird Park is very famous here. Wildlife such as the brown bear, types of eagles, leopards, wolves many species of wild cats, falcons , partridges, etc. can be observed in this protected zone.
In the old geographical texts, the present city of Yasooj was named as Tal-e- Khosravi. This hillock which even today known as Tal-e-Khosravi is situated to the south of Yasooj city. Besides this hillock all other remnants, in present Yasooj have been gradually ruined by the passage of time. Based on local narrations, Kaikhosrow had built a castle on this hillock, from which the yellow brick square shaped remnants can be still observed. This vicinity dates to the pre-Achaemenian period and is related to the 3rd millennium BC. and was used in 9th and 10th centuries AH. This hillock is located at a distance of 4 km. south of Yasooj close to the Tal-e- Khosravi Village
The Khersan River is the largest tributary of Karoon River and originates from the Tang-e- Sorkh Mountains 43 km. southeast of Yasooj and flows under the name of Beshar River towards the northwest of this area.After passing by the Tang-e-Sorkh Mountains, irrigates several of villages and joins the Tang-e-Sorkh River in the village of Tang-e-Sorkh. Then it enters a valley between the Toop Abdollah Mountains in east and Pazanan in west.In the mentioned valley, this river passes through many villages. Finally joining rivers by the names of Garmogah and Khersan in the vicinity of Lordegan in Chahar Mahal Va Bakhtiyari. The length of the Khersan River is 230 km. Suitable recreational areas can be found throughout the course of this river.