A message from Kate Clow….. As you all know, Turkey is currently home to over 2 million people fleeing from the civil war in Syria. Most are concentrated in the South-East, where there is also a military presence, so we don’t recommend using the south part of the Abraham Path at the moment. Our other routes are not affected by the situation, and trekkers are continuing to use them. Don’t be deterred from planning your holiday here; if you need advice, mail us. For a walker’s impressions, check out Candace’s adventures. If you call into our office you may meet our Syrian friends, and you can try the new Syrian vegetarian restaurant around the corner.

Finally, the Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry is leading a new investigation into methods of legally conserving the Lycian Way and other routes. Have a look at our blog page to find out more. Happy trekking, Kate

Who are we?

Who are we?

ornament1We are a small Turkish not-for-profit society. Our members make and maintain long distance walking, biking and horse-riding routes. The society protects old roads, markets Turkish culture routes and helps villagers along the routes benefit from them.

Committee and Members

ornament1Our committee includes the creators of the finest walking routes in Turkey. Our members include trekking guides, travel agencies, accommodation providers, archaeologists, historians, nature-lovers and people interested in Turkish village culture.

Products and Services

ornament1To help you use our routes, we produce and sell guide-books, maps and iphone apps. We also list all our member agencies tours on the site (see tours) and will advise you about your adventure by mail, by phone or at our drop-in centre in Antalya .

Practical Ways to Help

ornament1The society relies on help from enthusiastic volunteers either with individual projects or in our office. Read more about our how you can help. If you like our work and want to contribute, you can become a member or make a donation.

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