Key information: Yenice
- A rugged area with rich flora and fauna.
- A lot of walking options.
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- Length: Your choice
- Level of Difficulty: Variable
This walk description page is at an early stage of development, and will be expanded over time. Your comments on this walk, your experiences and tips, and your photos are very welcome.
The rugged Yenice area consists of steep valleys and craggy summits rich with plant life in a unique ecosystem. This biodiversity in the area has been preserved through established “Nature Protection Zones”. The forests are home to numerous species of tree, some of which reach enormous heights and diameters.
There are 21 well-marked trails in the area (210km in total) of varying lengths. The trails can be extended to Eskipazar.
The best times to walk the area are between April and November.
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