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Trekking in Turkey

Turkey, which straddles Europe and Asia, is a land of seas and mountains. It is a large country and as such has much to offer the walker. Whether your interest lies in mountains, sand and sea, archaeological remains or architectural wonders Turkey will more than satisfy you, adding to the attraction of a Turkey walking holiday is the guaranteed summer sunshine which lasts from April to September and it is spectacular mountain scenery.

Popular Trekking Routes in Turkey

The Lycian Way
Kate Clow's 500-km (311-mile) waymarked trail from Fethiye/Oludeniz west to Antalya through the Teke Peninsula is Turkey's first long waymarked trail.
St Paul Trail
Following the success of the Lycian Way, Kate Clow and Terry Richardson waymarked the St Paul Trail north from Perge and Aspendos, near Antalya, to Yalvac (Antioch-in-Pisidia) on the Anatolian plateau.
A number of short trails wind through the volcanic Cappadocian landscape near Avanos, Goreme and Urgup.
Kackar Mountains
The Kackars stretch along the Black Sea coast in extreme northeastern Turkey. Dotted with historic Georgian churches, the mountains offer fine trekking possibilities from Ayder and Yusufeli.


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