Tahtali Daği (Mt Olympos)
Key information: Tahtali Daği (Mt Olympos)
- A very long day walk (better to camp overnight) up this fabulous 2,366m limestone excresance behind ancient coastal Phaselis.
- Can be approached from the south, north or west. Tough walks, but magnificent views and lovely scenery and vegetation, including cedars of Lebanon.
- There is now a cable car to near the summit ? a shame for the romance and isolation of the place, but a boon for those who only have limited time (or energy) to spare.
- See Lonely Planet Trekking in Turkey (or Cicerone?s Mountains of Turkey) for detailed information.
ANYONE GOT ANY GOOD PHOTOS? WE WOULD BE DELIGHTED TO POST THEM!
- Walkopedia rating84
- Natural interest17
- Human interest2
- Negative points0
- Total rating84
- Length: A long day or overnight
- Maximum Altitude: 2,366m
- Level of Difficulty: Strenuous
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