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The Mount Ilgaz does not take place in the list of top 20 highest mountains of Turkey despite of its peak point, namely Buyukhacat Tepesi with its 2587m altitude. However it has a scenic view and endemic species. The national park offers to the visitors...More
Unfortunately same as anywhere in turkish ski vacations. Perfect nature but awful service. Nature great weather fantastic snow perfect but the ski tracks are not enough and there isn't enough track only few. Not expensive but when you compare the prices with service it is...More
Fly directly to Kastamonu in September... visit the town, the mosques, the Castle... eat local food, very nice... go to all of the Canyons, no canyon can be that high, breath the fresh air, swim there, walk around... and then go to Ilgaz Mountain... oh...More
Ilgaz is not large, in fact it only has 2 slopes, but its a nice little resort. We came for a day from Ankara, just took the bus, was a good time. I wrote about it at http://blog.thecheaproute.com/ski-ilgaz-mountain-turkey/ if you want to read more about...More