The Ganjnameh waterfall, near the homonymous carvings (epigraphs from the period of the Achaemenid kings Darius and Xerxes), is located at 5 km west of Hamedān in the uphill section towards the Alvand mountain. This permanent waterfall with a water flow rate of 200 liters per second is twelve meters high and passes through the valley of Abbās Ābād and Ganjnāmeh.
On cold winter days around it is formed of ice and rocks that in the warm seasons of the year are suitable for climbing, in the cold ones become suitable for climbing. From the position of this waterfall you can admire the panorama of the valleys of Abbās Ābād, of Tarik Darreh and of Keivārestān and to the east of it there is the ski slope of Tarik Darreh. The gondola lift, the bungee jumping platform, the teleferic, the trial track, the Tibetan bridge (ranger), the bowling alley, the toboggan run, together with the botanical garden, are among the recreational attractions of this area.