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Hiking in Turkey / Lycian Way - Likya Yolu

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Hiking the Lycian Way - Likya Yolu

Cirali -> Olympos -> Musa Dagi Mountain -> Adrasan

The crossing of Musa Dagi mountain range (Mount Moses) between Cirali and Adrasan is a very strenuous section of the Lycian Way. Through dense forest, the trail climbs steeply up from Olympos on a 700 m high saddle to a shepherds hut with a circular threshing ground. Here its time for the lunch break. We needed for this difficult section of the Lycian Way 7 hours.
We stay overnight at the Aybars Hotel in Adrasan. This hotel is beautifully situated about 100 m from the beach and sea, nearby the river - only accessible by a suspension bridge.
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Keywords: Ulupinar, Çirali, Adrasan, Kas, Üçagiz, Myra, Lycian sarcophagi, graves, Turkish Riviera, Antalya
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