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Lycian Way Full Route is a 272 mile point-to-point trail located near Fethiye, Mugla, Turkey that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, camping, and backpacking.

Length 272.0 mi Elevation gain 57,034 ft Route type Point to Point
Backpacking Camping Hiking Walking Running Beach Forest Partially paved Views Wildlife Historic site
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The Lycian Way is Turkey's first long distance trail following along mostly roman roads, mule paths, and old stony footpaths. This trek is typical made over a 29 day period with various camps along the way with many interesting things to do in the diverse landscape this trail spans.

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Can Sevinc
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MuddyOff trail
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It has historical sites and local Anatolian life style. You will see a lot of goats, olive trees and rocks. Just follow the red stripes on the rocks and you will have a great time

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Mert Toka
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Hiking