This map is created by MyOsvi as a GeoJSON file and added to the ArcGIS Online as a Web Map Layer.
Showing roughly the 280km. stretch of the antient Lycian Way that was hiked by InanK. over 30 days of camping in April of 2019.
British lady Kate Claw authored a nice guide book to accompany the hikers of this epic trail.
Pictures used in this page are originally taken on the Lycian Way by InanK.
Water is scarce on many streches of the trail en route.
Enjoy your hike!
The Lycian Way (Turkish: Likya Yolu) is a marked long-distance trail in southwestern Turkey around part of the coast of ancient Lycia. It is over 500 km (310 mi) in length and stretches from Hisarönü (Ovacık), near Fethiye, to Geyikbayırı in Konyaaltı about 20 km (12 mi) from Antalya. It is waymarked with red and white stripes of the Grande Randonnee convention. It was conceived by Briton Kate Clow, who lives in Turkey. It takes its name from the ancient civilization, which once ruled the area.