THE LYCIAN WAY GUIDE BOOK

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New edition of the original and authorised guide book to Turkey's first long- distance walking trail from Fethiye to Antalya – the Lycian Way. The book has all the. Kate Clows guidebook "The Lycian Way" contains a map of the Lycian Way. It's useful to get an overview, but difficult to use for orientation or spontanious route. This guidebook describes the Lycian Way long distance walking route from Fethiye in the west to Geyikbayiri near Antalya in the east. The route is km long.


The Lycian Way Guide Book

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If you prefer to have some non-digital resources at hand, then we would recommend the book written by Kate Clow: The Lycian Way: Turkey's First Long. The book contains detailed route and historical site descriptions, altitude The Lycian Way: Turkey's First Long Distance Walk (Walking Guides to Turkey). A detailed guide to hiking the Lycian Way along the southern coast of Turkey. Provides advice, history, guidance, and recommendations for taking on this.

Excellent site by two veteran hikers of the Lycian Way and of other trails in Turkey , providing details of their hikes, trail maps, and lots of great photos.

The authors speak excellent English and are happy to be contacted if you have questions. The authors also provide guided tours and logistical assistance on the Lycian Way and other major trails in Turkey.

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If you want help organizing the logistics for your Lycian Way walk, of if you want a guide, give them a call. Reference Site URL: This very informative and useful site has lots of great information on just about every historical site in the Anatolia region thus including the Lycian Way.

For most sites there are detailed area maps, making it much easier to appreciate what you are seeing when visiting the ruins. Great site with a massive amount of well-written, interesting information about the Lycians.

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It has content covering the history, government, language, religion, and so on of the Lycians, plus lots of information about the ruins you can still see today. The page for each site has lots of great photos. Alexander Chorny posted an outstanding, in-depth report about his May walk of the Lycian Way that is a great travelogue about his experiences but which also contains a huge amount of useful tips and suggestions for other walkers.

As a bonus, the lengthy post is filled with many high-resolution, incredibly beautiful photographs.

While only a small portion of the site touches on places along the Lycian Way, the articles are nevertheless well-written and often with interesting commentary about the destination.

Well-written, frequently updated English-language blog focusing on Fethiye but also touching on things of interest throughout Turkey.

Regular reviews of restaurants, bars, and attractions in the Fethiye area and articles on various goings-on. He told us: He also noted, though, that the trail could be rough at times and he had trouble finding his way on occasion a common complaint and the primary reason we created TrekRight.

Kate has done an amazing job creating, maintaining, and promoting the Lycian Way and other trails and generally building awareness and interest in hiking in Turkey. Feedback Wanted: If you have any suggestions on how we can make our Lycian Way content more helpful to you and other hikers, please let us know.

Likewise, your feedback on anything in Trekopedia would be very much appreciated. Skip to main content.

Back to: Used with permission. Amyntas and other Lycian tombs along the cliff in Fethiye, Nov Photo by Onur T. Nothing to see here.. Lycian Way, May Photo by Altug Senel.

Climbing towards Kirme, May Photo by Stijn Nieuwendijk. Used by permission. Villager of Bel.

Amphitheater at Xanthos, March Written in Russian but very readable using Google Translate. While only a small portion of the site touches on places along the Lycian Way, the articles are nevertheless well-written and often with interesting commentary about the destination. Regular reviews of restaurants, bars, and attractions in the Fethiye area and articles on various goings-on.

Warning: this blog has been known to cause people to want to make Fethiye their new home… Always interesting reading. Highly recommended.

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He also noted, though, that the trail could be rough at times and he had trouble finding his way on occasion a common complaint and the primary reason we created TrekRight.

Check it out — time well spent!

Kate has done an amazing job creating, maintaining, and promoting the Lycian Way and other trails and generally building awareness and interest in hiking in Turkey. Stop by her website and perhaps drop her a line of thanks!

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Jump to Top Feedback Wanted: If you have any suggestions on how we can make our Lycian Way content more helpful to you and other hikers, please let us know. Likewise, your feedback on anything in Trekopedia would be very much appreciated.On the way one can find nice wild camping places.

After passing by the abandoned school building you'll arrive in a section covered with fine grey sand. But after a few minutes of moving around, we were ready to go again. Tourist office Random page. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser.

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