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  Ataman Hotel - Mountaineering in Turkey
Erciyes in Kayseri in Central Anatolia (3917 m) and Mt.
Mount Erciyes, rises from the south of the Kayseri valley.
Mount Süphan, a magnificent dormant vocano rises from the north-west shores of Lake Van.
www.atamanhotel.com /mountaineering.html   (2880 words)

  
  Turkey Odyssey - Mountains of Turkey - Everything About Turkey - Terra Anatolia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In the summer, the weather in the area and on Mount Agri is sunny, warm and dry.
The other mount Nemrut in in eastern Anatolia, the more interesting of the two peaks, is well -known for its geological formation and for mountaineering purposes.
Mount Suphan, a magnificent dormant vocano rises from the north-west shores of Lake Van.
www.turkeyodyssey.com /turkey/mountains.htm   (2088 words)

  
 Mount Erciyes Definition / Mount Erciyes Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Erciyes Dağı), is a mountainA mountain is a landform that extends above the surrounding terrain in a limited area.
Erciyes is the highest mountain in central Anatolia (3916 metres), and has an extinct volcanoA volcano (plural, volcanoes) is a geological landform (usually a mountain) where magma (rock of the earth's interior made molten or liquid by high pressure and temperature) erupts through the surface of the planet.
Mount Erciyes is a dormant volcano (13000 feet).
www.elresearch.com /Mount_Erciyes   (219 words)

  
 Ataman Hotel - Mount Erciyes
Erciyes ski resort is located on the alpine pasture of Tekir 30 km from Kayseri Airport and 25 km from the city centre.
Erciyes Dedeman Hotel is one of a chain which built some of the first hotels at several Turkish ski resorts.
Erciyes was first climbed by W.J. Hamilton in 1837, and is still popular with both Turkish and foreign mountaineers.
www.atamanhotel.com /erciyes.html   (643 words)

  
 Skylife TK | Turkish Airlines | Korea
The symbol of Kayseri today, Mount Erciyes with its peaks that are snow-capped at least three seasons of the year, more than a fire-spewing dragon, now brings to mind an elegant lady sporting a white crown on her head.
Erciyes is the rising star among Turkey’s ski resorts for its long winter season, its soft powdery snow, its wide choice of ski runs appropriate for every level of skill, and its accommodations which offer all the touristic amenities.
The ski runs at Erciyes, which exhibits all the salient features of a land climate, are occasionally exposed to harsh winds from the south and west, a situation which can be an obstacle to the even distribution of the fine powdery snow.
www.thy.com /ko-KR/skylife/article.aspx?mkl=11   (1191 words)

  
 Mount Erciyes
One of Turkey's most important mountaineering and winter sports centers, Mount Erciyes, rises from the south of the Kayseri valley.
The Sultan Marshes lie to its west and to the south falls the Develi valley.
Mountaineers attempt Mt. Erciyes either on the northwestern flank or from the south and find the best climbing in June, July, August and September.
www.anatolia.com /anatolia/Activities/mountaineering/5.asp   (225 words)

  
 Moutaineering in Turkey - All About Turkey
Standing the nearby cities of Agri and Igdir, at the borders of Turkey and Iran, Mount Agri is an inactive volcano capped year round with ice and snow and rises to 5137 meters.
In the summer, the weather in the area and on Mount Agri is sunny, warm and dry.
Mount Agri (Ararat) became 35th National Park of Turkey with the decision of the Parliament on 1st of November, 2004.
www.allaboutturkey.com /ita/mountain.htm   (3003 words)

  
 Mount Erciyes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Erciyes Dağı), is a mountain located 25 km south of Kayseri, Turkey.
Erciyes is the highest mountain in central Anatolia (3916 metres), and has an extinct volcano located at its peak.
Republic of Turkey, Ministry of Culture - Kayseri - Mount Erciyes
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mount_Erciyes   (68 words)

  
 RTC wandelroutes in Turkijë   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The extinct volcano Agri Dagi (Mount Ararat) at 5,137 metres is the highest peak in Europe.
Mount Ararat (5137mt), on the borders of Turkey and Armenia, in the center of historic Armenia, populated by Armenians untill the begining of 20th century, when the Turkish gov.'t of the time exterminated 80% of the Turkish Armenian population, has fascinated mountaineers for decades.
Erciyes in Kayseri in Central Anatolia (3917 m) and Mt. Agri (Mt. Ararat 5137 m) in the east.
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 Mountains of Turkey - Everything About Turkey - Terra Anatolia
The other mount Nemrut in eastern Anatolia, the more interesting of the two peaks, is well -known for its geological formation and for mountaineering purposes.
It is located within the process of Bitlis, rising from the southwestern shore of Lake Van, and entering the district of Ahlat to the north.
Mount Suphan, a magnificent dormant volcano rises from the north-west shores of Lake Van.
www.terra-anatolia.com /eng/turkey/mountains_2.htm   (936 words)

  
 TURKISH ESTATE AGENTS :: Turkey, Anatolia Region
Here are the volcanoes Mount Erciyes and Mount Hasan, which once had violently erupted and covered the surrounding area with tuff.
Mount Nemrut which has one of the most famous sunrises in the world, Mount Suphan, once an active volcano with its fl basalt slopes and Mount Ararat (Agri Dagi), are all attractive places for hiking.
The biblical Mount Ararat has been the destination of professional mountaineers for years the vast ochre plateau of Erzurum reaches a height of 1950 m while the forests add colour to the land scape.
www.turkishestateagents.com /anatolia_region.asp   (1018 words)

  
 Tunç Fındık'ın Web Sitesine HOŞGELDINIZ...
Mount Ararat stands as the loftiest point of Turkey with it's height of 5165 metres, and is situated in the extreme eastern corner of Turkey at the border with ıran and Armenia.
Mount Erciyes is a lonely dormant volcano rising from the flat Middle Anatolian plateau, and it is known as Argeus by the ancient people who worshipped it's white, snowy peak..
Erciyes is 3917 metres high and has long ridgelines sweeping down to the city of Kayseri, which is one of the biggest Middle Anatolian cities.
www.tuncfindik.com /html/rehberlik.html   (3628 words)

  
 KAYSERI CITY INFO-TURKEY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
An ever snowy peak, rising magnificently over the Central Anatolian plateau, is Mount Erciyes (3196 m), an extinct volcano.
Mount Erciyes is the most outstanding feature in this region, not only with its fascinating scenery but also with the opportunities it offers for winter sports.
At the foot of Mount Erciyes are the Sultan Marshes, 50 kms south of Kayseri.
www.traveldealsturkey.com /details.asp?placeID=65   (537 words)

  
 Biblical Sites in Turkey - Cappadocia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
to the south of Mount Erciyes (Argaeus), a former volcano.
The violent eruptions of Erciyes covered whole area with a thick layer of volcanic ash.
Mount Erciyes, previously known as Argaeus, is only 50 Kms away to the south of Cappadocia is a former volcano.
www.meandertravel.com /biblicalanatolia/biblicalsites/cappadocia.htm   (1049 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Turkey (country)
The coastlands of the Aegean and Mediterranean region in the west and south are narrow and hilly.
These basins are surrounded on all sides by mountains, which reach their highest point at the summit of Mount Erciyes (3,916 m/12,848 ft).
The eastern highlands region is the most mountainous and rugged portion of Turkey; Mount Ararat (Ağrı Dağı) is the highest peak in the country at 5,165 m (16,945 ft).
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761575380/Turkey_(country).html   (1644 words)

  
 Skiing the Pacific Ring of Fire and Beyond: Erciyes Dagi
Erciyes Dagi is the highest mountain in central Turkey, a prominent landmark since antiquity (then known as Mount Argaeus) visible over much of the middle of the country.
From the south and west, the peak appears from a distance to be a symmetrical cone, but from the north and east the extent of erosion is revealed, as huge cirques have carved away much of these faces.
Erciyes is a fairly easy climb by the east or northwest ridges, except that the summit pinnacle requires some rock climbing.
www.skimountaineer.com /ROF/ROF.php?name=Erciyes   (248 words)

  
 Erciyes University - Erasmus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Mount Erciyes, permanently capped with snow, is a popular winter sports centre and a cool refreshing resort in summer.
Erciyes University Sports Club was established in 2001.The basketball, volleyball and chess teams play in the Turkish Displacement League.
A great number of students who pursue their education in Kayseri are accommodated in Erciyes Male Students’ Dormitory with a capacity of 1,500 beds, and Gevher Nesibe Female Students’ Dormitory with a capacity of 1,300 beds, belonging to the Credit and Dormitories Institution.
intoffice.erciyes.edu.tr /intoffice/infopack1.htm   (2798 words)

  
 Go to Turkey!
Two of Turkey's most famous peaks are volcanos, both inactive, Mt. Erciyes in Kayseri in Central Anatolia (3917 m) and Mt. Agri (Mt. Ararat 5137 m) in the east.
Rising at the common borders of Turkey and Iran, Mount Agri (Ararat), an inactive volcano capped year round with ice and snow, reaches 5137 meters.
In the summer, the weather in the area and on Mount Agri (Ararat) itself is sunny, warm and dry.
www.gototurkey.co.uk /index.php?menu_id=42&submen=13   (2842 words)

  
 erciyes pictures and videos on Webshots
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 The Black Horse Ski Club   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
One of those resorts is at Mount Erciyes (pronounced Er-see-yee-ers), an extinct volcano, 3917 metres high (12848 feet), overlooking the city of Kayseri (pronounced Kah-yee-ser-ree) 25Km (15 miles) away, in the Cappadocia Valley.
Mount Erciyes like most significant mountains tends to have it's own weather system.
On Saturday the skies changed considerably from overcast cloud to part blue skies, thanks to a strong wind that was quite bitter at times and which in the afternoon forced the lift operators to close the upper lifts.
www.blackhorseskiclub.com /report_PD_skiturk.php   (3930 words)

  
 Facts about Turkey, information for travellers
Mount Erciyes (3,916m), which dominates the Cappadocian skyline to the east, is the second highest extinct volcano in Turkey.
The highest is Mount Ararat (5,165m) in the east.
Mount Hasan (3,268m) is the only erupting volcano depicted in Neolithic times (6,500 BCE).
www.asianturkey.com /DidYouKnow.htm   (530 words)

  
 BookinTurkey: Outdoor Recreation : Mountaineering   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Mount Erciyes is one of Turkey's most important mountaineering and winter sports centers.
Rising from the south of the Kayseri valley with its summit always covered with snow and ice, Mt. Erciyes ranks as central Anatolia's tallest volcano.
Mountaineers attempt Mt. Erciyes either on the northwestern flank or from the south.
www.bookinturkey.com /en/html/adventure/Erciyes_mountain.asp   (245 words)

  
 MOUNT ARARAT - Turkey - AboutTurkey.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Rising at the common borders of Turkey and Iran, Mount Agri (Ararat), an inactive volcano capped year round with ice and snow, reaches 5137 meters.
In the summer, the weather in the area and on Mount Agri (Ararat) itself is sunny, warm and dry.
It is not advised to climb Mount Agri (Ararat) alone and without a guide.
www.aboutturkey.com /turkey/Activities/Mountaineering/MOUNT_ARARAT.shtml   (358 words)

  
 Mountain climbing in Turkey
Mount Erciyes is located in Central Anatolia in the heart of Turkey and is surrounded by valleys to the north and south and marshes to the west.
Like many of Turkey’s mountains, Mount Erciyes is actually a dormant volcano and stands at 3917m providing a great mountain climbing experience.
Mount Uludoruk stands at an altitude of 4136m and is a popular mountain climbing destination in the area.
www.kwintessential.co.uk /articles/article/Turkey/Mountain-climbing-in-Turkey/197   (450 words)

  
 Mountaineering in Turkey, Biblical Anatolia, Turkish Culture, General Information About Turkey, Travel Tips, Historical ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Other high summits include Kìzìlkaya in the center (3725 m), a peak that reaches 3688 meters in the south and Mount Vayvay in the East (3565m).
The long range is situated in the provinces of Nigde and Adana and rises between Lake Ecemis and the Zamantì river.
Traditionally women of these encampment have produced some of Turkey's most beautiful carpets and kilims, and it is often possible to see a carpet still in progress.
www.meandertravel.com /turkey/mountaineering.htm   (2908 words)

  
 Explorer Outdoor Specialist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
With its location in the heart of Cappadocia, one of the most unique areas in Turkey, we will take the opportunity to explore the area known for its interesting natural formations, its rock dwellings and tasty wines.
Erciyes summit ascent from the hut by using the ski lift
Summit day of Ararat, Suphan and Erciyes is strenuous but not very difficult technically.
www.explorer.com.tr /explorer/eng/ararat_ascent/mv_anatolia.htm   (378 words)

  
 Turkey Geography/Location of Turkey for Travellers
In other words, Turkey is a huge big peninsula wrapped up by seas on three sides that looks like the head of a horse, as a Turkish poet has put it.
The highest mountain of Turkey is the Mount Ararat in the east, on which Noah's Ark is believed to be,and it is not far from the lake Van, the biggest lake of the country.
Other known mountains are Mount Erciyes, Mount Hasan, Bursa Uludag,and the mountainchain "The Tauruses".
www.bigglook.com /biggtraveleng/infotips/geography.asp   (574 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
One of Turkey’s most important mountaineering and winter sports centers, Mount Erciyes rises from the South of the Kayseri valley.The Sultan Marshes lie to its West and to the South falls the Develi Valley.
Approximately 18 kilometres in diameter and covering an area of 1000 square kilometres, the mountain’s stratification and geology make it a fascinating geographical formation.The region’s climate, influenced by that of the Anatoian plateau, is considered typical of steppe geography.
Tourists visiting the area should also see the fantastic rock formations, underground cities and fabulous frescoes in rock carved churches in neighboring Cappadocia.The Sultan Marshes, a habitat for many different species of birds, has fortunately been designated a national park and wildlife preserve.
eturac.tripod.com /mounts/erciyes/Mt.Erciyes.htm   (220 words)

  
 Cappadocia Tours, Cappadocia tour guide, Cappadocia hotels
Erciyes is an ideal ski resort for skiers of all levels.
Combine skiing at Erciyes with a tour of Cappadocia, the mystical land of fairy chimneys, and see how snug winter can be in a traditional cave hotel.
This is a round-trip from Cappadocia to visit Mount Nemrut as well as Urfa, the birthplace of the prophet Abraham, and ancient Harran with its beehive houses.
www.asianturkey.com /CappadociaTours.htm   (1370 words)

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