Key information: Hasan Dagli
- Spectacular scenery around this 3,268m dormant volcano south-west of the Ilhara Valley and some 70 km south-west of Goreme in Cappadocia - a brilliantly different add-on to a Cappadocia expedition.
- Tough, but very rewarding, 8hr round trip to the summit. Big views over the Taurus mountains will delight you. And you can make shorter walks on the lower slopes.
- If you start at Helvadere, you can take in some fine ancient ruins as well.
- For a two-day trip from Goreme (including Ilhara), see Lonely Planet Turkey. This page is still at an early stage of development: please let us have your ideas and photos!
- Walkopedia rating84
- Natural interest16
- Human interest6
- Negative points1
- Total rating84
- Length: Variable
- Maximum Altitude: 3,286m
- Level of Difficulty: Variable
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