Turkey is blessed with a remarkable set of attributes that make it an exceedingly rewarding option for hikers all over the world. The country receives sunshine for almost all through the year. There are a huge number of opportunities available if you want to enjoy outdoor adventures in plenty.
There are a host of activities on offer including water sports such as surfing, boating, swimming etc. The country is famous for hot air balloon flights as well; this is another popular way of seeing Turkey. Seeing the current scenario however, it is indeed hiking that enjoys the most popularity as an adventure sport in Turkey. There are a huge number of trails for hikers here.
Holiday makers from all over the world have come here to enjoy the best trails in the country. The tour operators here offer some excellent hiking tour programs for travelers. There are a number of both international as well as local travelers coming to the hiking trails of Turkey.
There are a number of trails that are specifically marked for hiking. There are a number of famous spots that are popular with hikers all over Turkey. All of these provide the best in terms of sights and experience.
The Lycian Way is a five hundred kilo meter marked trail by Kate Clow and starts right from Fethive/Oludenis to Antalya. From then on it goes on to Teke Peninsula. The St Paul trail is one that follows the Lycian way and starts from the St Paul Trail north, from perge and Aspendos, and then on to Yalvac on the Cappadocia ‘s Anatolian Plateau.