Turan National Park covering an area of more than 1470000 square km, including eastern parts of Semnan province and some parts of Sabzevar in Khorasan Razavi province, is recognized as the second largest conservative area in Iran. The presents a remarkable variety of vegetation and species.
Turan also called Turan desert or Khar turan, comprises three main mountain range with three known peaks including Shotor kuh, Ghale bala and Peighambar.
The area is recognized as a biosphere reserve due to including a various wildlife scattering on a vast area.
Turan National Park has been considered as a conservative area in 1973, and is known as the main habitat of Asiatic Cheetah in Iran and also one of the two main habitats of Persian wild ass and also a great place for observing Iranian Ground-jay.