Between the Rasht-Lakan Road, to the east of the Aqa Danapeer Village, extends a dense and beautiful forest. The Shoor Lakan Springs lie in the heart of this forest in the south of Rasht.
These flow into a swampy, small pond. The walls of these springs are covered by lime sediments. Due to a high salt content, its water is salty and therefore is called ‘Ab Shoor’ or salty water. The inhabitants hold this place as sacred, and in summer bath in the water in order to cure skin diseases.