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The Ala Dag - Cicerone

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The Ala Dag.
Climbs and Treks in Turkey’s Crimson Mountains.
Idioma: INGLÉS.
Autor: Omer Tuzel.
1ª Edición.
Publicado 1 de Enero 1993.
Páginas 288.
Mapas 5 además de diagramas de ruta.
Fotos 28.
Dimensiones 17.2 x 11.6 x 1.5 cm.
Seasons: Best from mid-July until mid-September for rock climbing. January to March for winter climbing. Late May and June for trekking. Centres: Adana, Kayseri and Nigde are the main starting points. Nearest international airport is Adana; Kayseri has a regional airport.
Difficulty: All grades of climbing, but mainly very remote. Treks mainly moderate. Must See: North Face of Koca Sarp, Lahit Kaya and Kaldi; Alpine skiing on virgin slopes; evening panoramas from your tent.

The Turkish mountains of the Ala Dag consist of five main valley systems. Each valley is narrow and steep sided with lots of hanging valleys. All have stunning walks and exciting climbs, and this guide describes them in detail for the first time for English-speaking walkers.

The guide is divided into four sections, each with a comprehensive introduction - The Cimbar and Kayacik valleys; the Yedi Göl; the Emli and Siyirma valleys; the Kokorot and Kara Göl valleys. In addition there are complete notes on access to the regions, the geology, the history, etc.

The Ala Dag is sure to become a popular region with mountaineers. Easily accessible, it still has an expeditionary feel about it.

The Turkish mountains of the Ala Dag consist of five main valley systems, each narrow and steep sided with hanging valleys. Four sections, with a comprehensive introduction, on The Cimbar and Kayacik valleys; the Yedi Göl; the Emli and Siyirma valleys; the Kokorot and Kara Göl valleys, all with climbing routes and local walks and treks.