Below you find the list of  hiking and climbing guides that we have available for Turkey.

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Evliya Celebi Way

The Evliya Celebi Way - Long distance walking & riding route.
This is the guidebook to Turkey's new long-distance Cultural Route, complete with route description, map, historical background, and places to see. The route follows the Ottoman gentleman adventurer Evliya Celibi on his way to Mecca in 1671; it runs for 600km from the Sea of Marmara via Bursa, Kutahya and Afyon to Usak and Simav. The route follows, as far as possible, ancient paved roads and visits the cities, sights and tiny villages that Evliya rode through and recorded in his "Seyatname" ("Book of Travels"). It can be explored by walkers, horse-riders and bikers. The UN has declared Evliya 'Man of the Year' for 2011, the 400th anniversary of his birth. This route is a practical addition to these celebrations - it enables modern travellers to directly experience Evliya's life, times and travels. It is brought to you by the noted Ottoman historian and author of "Osman's Dream", Caroline Finkel, and the originator of 'The Lycian Way', Kate Clow.
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The Kaçar - Turkey's Black Sea Mountains Trekking - july 2012
The Kackar Mountains are part of the Pontic Alps, a glaciated, granite mountain range which hugs the south coast of the Black Sea, extending from the Caucasus towards Istanbul. The mountain range is lushly wooded on the north, with pines succeeded at lower levels by chestnut, hornbeam and beech trees, with tea plantations and hazlenut groves spilling down towards the waves. The contrasting southern slopes are patched by summer pastures where black bulls graze and lakes, springs and streams are plentiful and clear.This guidebook and map describes 32 trekking routes in Turkey's Kackar mountains, ranging from half-day walks to multi-day treks. You can cross the passes between the granite spires by paved pack-horse routes or walk traditional footpaths between timeless villages and high pastures where hardy locals graze their flocks. The guide also includes comprehensive historical and cultural details of the area and clear colour photographs. The guide includes a 2 sided full colour contour map, 75cm X 48cm. It is an essential guide for a relatively un-chartered trekking destination.
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Upcountry: The Lycian Way

The Lycian Way
Turkey's first long distance walk

What really distinguishes this walk is its intimate, almost careless, relationship with history. Lycia, in particular, enjoyed a period of ascendancy and unique culture before falling into the hands of Alexander the Great's successors and then the Romans. Later, Arabs, Crusaders and Genoese established themselves.

Traces of all these hands are visible still, and nowhere more so than along this path, their romance and charm enhanced by the old stones lying naturally among the scrub and goat pastures. Tombs jut out of mule tilled fields, sections of columns are stacked in the hedges.


It begins near Olu Deniz and ends just shy of Antalya, taking in choice mountain landscapes and seascapes en route,  with many optional marked detours to points of interest, typically Roman or Byzantine ruins not found in any  conventional guidebook.

The Lycian Way follows 500km of ancient footpaths and mule roads that linked the villages of the Turquoise Coast hefore the coming of the car.

Waymarked to Grande Randonnee standards, the Lycian Way is now open; this book is the official Guide.


Pages.: 144
Dimensions: 13,5 cm x 23,5 cm
Language: English


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Phrygian Way

Phrygian Way

Turkey - Official Guide Book

Bounded by the modern-day Turkish provinces of Ankara, Afyonkarahisar, Eskisehir, and Kutahya is the land that was once ruled by the Phrygians. Criss-crossing this land, where the Phrygians held sway at the beginning of the first millennium BCE, are countless old roads and footpaths. Following these tracks, and waymarked to international standards, the Phrygian Way is a long-distance walking and cycling route, allowing the visitor to explore not only the wonder of the Phrygian Valleys through which it passes, but also the countless Roman, Byzantine, and Seljuk monuments which dot its 501 km length.

This guide book has been prepared to enable the trekker or cyclist to discover the secrets of Phrygia, a kingdom bound up in tales of the legendary King Midas and the mother goddess Cybele. As well as providing general information on the area, the book gives detailed descriptions and directions for the route, GPS points, and camping or other accommodation possibilities along the Way. All that is needed to make this journey into mysterious Phrygia, and to become a part of mythology itself is a backpack!

Prepare to travel 3000 years into history!
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Antalya Rock Climbing

Rock Climbing Guid to Antalya

Climbing Guide to Antalya (Turkey)

Situated on the southwest coast of Turkey, Antalya offers the sport climber a fantastic range of perfect limestone cliffs. This new guide is packed with over 400 routes of all grades; all the individual crags are illustrated with full-colour photo-topos and the introduction, direction to each of the crags and other general information about the area is in English

Locations: Akyarlar - Bayiri - Karataslar - Olympos

Pages: 176
Size: 14,5 x 21 cm


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Upcountry: St.Paul Trail

St.Paul Trail
Turkey's second long distance walk

St Paul Trail follows 500km of ancient roads, migration routes and village paths that linked the villages of the Toros Mountains before the coming of the car. Waymarked to Grande Randonnée standards,

the 5t Paul Trail is now open; this book is the official guide.


Pages.: 192
Dimensions: 13,5 cm x 23,5 cm
Language: English