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Lycian Way Group Holiday October 2018

Lycian Way Group Holiday October 2018

Days 2 & 3 on our Lycian Way Group Holiday Day 2 Kabak to Bogazici via Alinca, 6 hours with lunch & photo stops Continuing on our Lycian Way Group Holiday from Alinca we walked down to the pretty Kabak beach where you can swim. It then runs up a green valley through woodland and dry streambed. The route then starts a long steady ascent of approximately 3 hours before reaching the small village of Alinca on top of the mountainside. It…

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New from Lycian Way Holidays

New from Lycian Way Holidays

More Lycian Way itineraries. More Choice for you. New for 2019, at Lycian Way Holidays, we are proud to offer the new ‘Pro hiker’ and ‘Casual Hiker’ itineraries to our Website. Our new Lycian Way itineraries are aimed at different types of hiker: The ‘Prohiker’ is aimed at fit, experienced hikers who want to cover more of the route in the time they have available. The ‘Casual Hiker’ is a grade down from our standard itinerary. It is aimed at…

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Lycian Way Facts

Lycian Way Facts

Top 10 Lycian Way Facts Lycian Way facts. We have chosen 10 facts about The Lycian Way hiking route. This will give you more information to help choose a Lycian Way Holiday. Here are our top 10 Lycian Way facts: The Lycian Way route opened in 1999. Its founder is Kate Clow. A remarkable English Lady who connected a series of old roads and paths between ancient cities across Lycia. It is approximately 540 km long. The Route runs from…

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How fit do I need to be to hike on The Lycian Way?

How fit do I need to be to hike on The Lycian Way?

Is There an Age limit to Hike on The Lycian Way? It is  questions we often get asked. It is always difficult to answer. In our 12 years, we have had guests as young as 6 and as old as 84 come and hike on The Lycian Way. We are able to adjust most daily walking distances to fit various degrees of fitness. Our most common and popular age group is the 55-65 one. So, age need not be a barrier to…

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Follow The Lycian Way

Follow The Lycian Way

How to Follow The Lycian Way Painted route markings, rock cairns, guide books, maps and GPS. As self-confessed technophobe, I was happy to receive some recent advice about useful route finding equipment. Here are some tips and links on how to follow The Lycian Way. The Lycian Way route is generally well marked with red and white painted markers on rocks and trees. There are sections however that could do with some re-marking and the maps of the region could…

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Food On The Lycian Way

Food On The Lycian Way

Food on the Lycian Way What are you going to Eat? Today I’m going to talk about Food on the Lycian Way. What you can expect to eat and how we cater for special dietary requirements. The first thing to say is that Turkish cuisine is famous for having a wide variety of fresh local produce.  On The Lycian Way you will stay in small hotels and local guesthouses that will give you typical Turkish cuisine. So, for breakfast expect…

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