Aladaglar Trek (3 days)

This 3 days trek through stunning scenery of the Crimson mountains.

Departure Dates

  • The tour is available on request


  • 3 days / 2 nights trekking


Trekkers need good walking boots, daysack (approximately 40 lt), warm clothing, sunglasses, sunhat, sun cream, raingear (preferably breathable such as goretex), and sleeping bag. Walking sticks are recommended.

Accommodation and Meals

  • Accommodation: Two nights camping; trekkers are expected to help pitch/strike their own tents. All tents are good quality dome tents with two doors.
  • Meals: Lunches will be picnics. Each trekker is expected to carry some part of the food for lunch. Evening meals in camp will be hot soup or salads, a main course with pasta or rice and fruit.


Grade B: It means that you will be on trek for 4-6 hours per day, with some loose stone and occasional steep ascents.


    • 390 € per person for 2 pax.
    • 360 € per person for 3 pax.
    • 320 € per person for 4 pax. or more

Prices include all meals, guide, transfers and mule support.
Alcoholic and soft drinks which are available at camps or restaurants are excluded. Please contact us for more information.

Tour Programme

  • Day 1: We meet with our transfer vehicle at 08.30 at Middle Earth Travel Office, Goreme, and Cappadocia. Then we have 2 hours drive to our camp area called “Sarimehmedin Yurdu” (1800m) in Aladaglar South Region. After setting up the camp site, we begin our walk for today. Our path follows up via small pine forest to Kucuk Mangirci Valley with the impressive views of the North Face of Ortaburun Summit. After this walk up to Alaca Yayla (2500m) we may meet the Semi Nomadic Camp depends on the season. After picnic lunch we continue our trek to beginning of Golgeli Yurt Valley, and then walk down to our camp area via Oluksekisi Semi Nomadic Camp area. Total walk is 4-5 hours. Dinner at camp.
  • Day 2: : We wake up at 07.00, have breakfast and walk to past Aksampinari spring where we take a close look at the 180 metres high rock tower of “Parmakkaya”: the “Fingerrock”. Then we walk to Eznevit summer pasture (2400) and walk to Sokullupinar spring (2000m) (6-7 hours walk). Night at permanent campsite at Sokullupinar, dinner at camp.
  • Day 3: We wake up 08.00, have breakfast and start walking to Arpalik Pasture (2400m) via Sokullu Pinarı camp area. And we hike down through the Cimbar valley to Demirkazik village for lunch at trout fish farm. We meet our transfer vehicle and return to Goreme about 18.00.
Alexander. 14.06.2013
Hi, Atil – I am back after safe flights to Sabiha and then to Kharkov, only still somewhat sleepy ))). Thank you for an attempt to conquer Erciyes and for guiding me in Ala-Dag. I appreciate that you guided me personally although this was clearly not very beneficial. I enjoyed the climbing andthe trekking very much. I had under-estimated the charm of Ala-Dag. This is indeed a very nice and beautiful mountain range (the French have perfect taste when it comes to the mountains))). I will be thinking about the next trek ). I have told to Olga and Denis about Ala-Dag. I have also tried to explain them all we had discussed about Taxim and today’s Turkey. I am arranging my photos and will be sending them to you on weekend. Best wishes to you, your family and your staff..
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