Climbing in Turkey
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LYCIAN WAY

Now also official, the START of the long distance hiking trail 'LYCIAN WAY' at the JoSiTo camp.
Also out now and available in the camp shop the new maps for the trail.

happy hike!

The Lycian Way is a 509 km, 25-day way-marked footpath around the coast of Lycia in southern Turkey, from Fethiye to Antalya. The trail consists mainly of old footpaths and mule trails, often hard and stony underfoot, not suitable for mountain bikes. Lying between the coast and mountains, it often has steep gradients. It was researched, designed and waymarked by Kate Clow, a British/Turkish amateur historian, in 1999. Turkey’s first long-distance walking route, it was made in order to identify and protect some of Turkey’s old roads.

Trekking is best in spring or autumn – February-May or September-November – summer in Lycia is too hot for long walks.

More informations about the Lycian Way and the guidebook can you find on the webpage of Kate Clow

cultureroutesinturkey.com/c/lycian-way