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Kaçkar Mountains National Park

Stretching 130 kilometres along the Black Sea coast, Turkey’s Kaçkar Mountains stand tall at a height of 3,900 metres. During the cooler months, the dramatic cliffs seem otherworldly as snow engulfs its high peaks and steep slopes. The area is known for its rich biodiversity, which means that even in the winter, it's not uncommon to spot animals and their young ones among the mountains.

Adventure lovers will enjoy taking on the snowy hiking trails, while for thrill seekers, there couldn't be a better destination in Turkey to hit the slopes. The area is also the only destination in the country that offers the sport of heli-skiing for those looking to dial up the adrenaline factor. For visitors seeking gentler pursuits, walks around the glacial lakes and camping along the streams offer the chance to make the most of the region's picturesque winter landscape.

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