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Kartalkaya

Kartalkaya
Location Bolu Province, Turkey
Nearest city Bolu
Coordinates

40°40′10″N 31°47′10″E / 40.66944°N 31.78611°E / 40.66944; 31.78611 (Kartalkaya)

Vertical 1,210 m (3,969 ft)
Top elevation 2,255 m (7,398 ft)
Base elevation 1,850 m (6,069 ft)
Runs 14
Lift system 3 chairlifts, 7 surface lifts
Terrain parks 1
Web site http://www.kartalkaya.org/

Kartalkaya is a ski resort located in the Köroğlu Mountains, in Bolu Province, Turkey.

Description

Kartalkaya has suitable conditions for alpine skiing, ski touring and cross country skiing. It's much quieter and cheaper during the week because of weekend coaches from Istanbul and Ankara.

The duration of the skiing season is 120 days a year, between December 20 and March 20.

The nearest city is Bolu, 54 km (33 mi) away. Kartalkaya is located 4 hours away from the Esenboğa International Airport, in Ankara, and 6 hours away from the Atatürk International Airport or Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, in Istanbul, by bus.

Sources

  • (English) Kartalkaya Weather Forecast, Snow Report and Resort Information, Snow-forecast.com
  • (English) Wintersports resort in Turkey, skiing, snowboard and more..., Guide to Turkey.com

External links

  • (Turkish)(English) Slope & Lift Informations of Kartalkaya
  • (Turkish)(English) CAFE SOCIETY Kartalkaya
  • (Turkish)(English) Kartalkaya Golden Key Chalet Official Web Site - Kartalkaya Mountain Accommodation Info
  • (Turkish) Region info website

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