Key information: Uludağ
- Delightful 2,543m mountain of broken crags and surprising, perfect alpine lakes near Bursa, south of the Sea of Marmara. Not to be missed if in the area.
- A long history of Christian and Muslim hermitry.
- A variety of fine day walks, both in the foothills and to the top for splendid views. Easy to strenuous.
- Unpredictable weather. Best climbed May to September.
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- Walkopedia rating82
- Natural interest15
- Human interest5
- Negative points0
- Total rating82
- Length: Variable
- Maximum Altitude: 2,543m
- Level of Difficulty: Variable
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