Yedigŏller Seven Lakes, Ala Dăglar
Key information: Yedigŏller Seven Lakes, Ala Dăglar
- Two-plus day hike up to gorgeous, high lakes in fabulous barren scenery.
- This walk is in remote mountains, where the weather can be variable. Come properly prepared.
- ANYONE GOT ANY GOOD PHOTOS? WE WOULD BE DELIGHTED TO POST THEM!
- Walkopedia rating87
- Natural interest15
- Human interest5
- Negative points0
- Total rating87
- Length: Two days plus
- Maximum Altitude: 3,500m
- Level of Difficulty: Strenuous
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Perhaps the most popular of all walks in the Ala Dăglar NP: a two-days or more hike from Demirkazik up through lovely country to the high, gorgeous Yedigŏller (Seven Lakes) in extraordinary, barren, empty, rocky scenery. While you are at it, consider taking longer and exploring the surrounding mountains.
Most people would do well to hire a guide and consider taking some of their kit on ponies.
See our Ala Dăglar and Taurus Mountains pages for more information.
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