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Trekking & Hiking Tours in Turkey 2024 Price from 720 EUR

Great hiking and trekking tours in Turkey. Cappadocia, Lycian Way and more.

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PAULUS WAY

7 Days Damavand and Capital city Teheran
Instead of taking the predominantly and heavily used southern route, we will take you to the summit via the north-east ridge. You spend the night in spacious 2-person tents. In particular, the location and the manageable size of the camp with space for a maximum of 20 people are advantages that allow you an exclusive stay with a unique atmosphere, relaxing peace and the best conditions for a summit success. Particular attention is paid to the protection of nature and the environment on the mountain - e.g. on saving resources and returning the generated waste back to the valley.

4-15

8 Days

Ideal for Budget-Conscious and Short Adventure Seekers

920 €

Difficulty: 2/5

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CAPPADOCİA

Cappadocia is fantastically beautiful, the unique erosion landscape in the heart of Anatolia, which stretches between the almost 4000 m high extinct volcanoes Hasan and Erciyes and the Aladag massif of the eastern Taurus Mountains. Rain and wind have created bizarre rock formations out of volcanic tuff. Caves carved into the soft stone, frescoed rock-hewn churches and a multitude of underground cities bear witness to the eventful history of the region.

1-20

8 Days

Ideal for Budget-Conscious and Short Adventure Seekers

890€

Difficulty: 2/5

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LYCIAN WAY

Lycia is the historical name of the Tekke Peninsula, which juts into the Mediterranean on Turkey’s southern coast. The mountains rise steeply from the rocky coast, giving beautiful views and varied walking. Forestry predominates; pines are mixed with strawberry trees and carob, and give way to juniper and cedar at higher elevations. Along with coastal tourism, high-intensity agriculture is crowded onto the deltas.
The Lycians were a democratic but independent, warlike people, with a developed art style and a high standard of living. Their strategic position gave them unique opportunities for sea-trade and (at times) for piracy. After Persian rule, the Lycians welcomed Alexander the Great and absorbed Greek culture. Later, Lycia became a province of the Roman Empire. The Romans developed many cities and ports, linking them with paved roads and equipping them with theatres, baths, forums, temples and ceremonial gates. From the 4th Century, Christianity took hold and, as the Roman empire crumbled, many Byzantine monasteries were founded in the Lycian hills. Lycian graves and ruins abound on the peninsula and the Lycian Way passes about 25 remote historical sites.

2-12

12 Days

Ideal for Budget-Conscious and Short Adventure Seekers

Difficulty: 3/5

1.190€

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KACKAR MOUNTAINS

The Kaçkar Mountains ( Turkish: Kaçkar Dağları) , formerly known as the Lazistan Mountains, are a mountain range that rises above the Black Sea coast in northeastern Turkey.

With the highest peak, Kaçkar Dağı, at an elevation of 3,937 metres, and mountain plateaus at about 3,000 m. in elevation, the range is the highest part of the Pontic Mountains. The Kackars are glaciated mountains that are alpine in character, with steep rocky peaks and numerous mountain lakes. The area was declared a national park in 1994. Recreational activities in the park include hiking, camping, mountaineering, and, increasingly, heliskiing.

1-18

11 Days

Ideal for Budget-Conscious and Short Adventure Seekers

1.200€

Difficulty: 2/5

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KACKAR MOUNTAINS & BLACK SEA

The Kaçkar Mountains ( Turkish: Kaçkar Dağları) , formerly known as the Lazistan Mountains, are a mountain range that rises above the Black Sea coast in northeastern Turkey.

With the highest peak, Kaçkar Dağı, at an elevation of 3,937 metres, and mountain plateaus at about 3,000 m. in elevation, the range is the highest part of the Pontic Mountains. The Kackars are glaciated mountains that are alpine in character, with steep rocky peaks and numerous mountain lakes. The area was declared a national park in 1994. Recreational activities in the park include hiking, camping, mountaineering, and, increasingly, heliskiing.

1-15

14 Days

Ideal for Budget-Conscious and Short Adventure Seekers

690€

Difficulty: 2/5

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