Devrent Valley

  • © William Mackesy
  • Across Devrent - © William Mackesy
  • © William Mackesy

Key information: Devrent Valley

    • A particularly extraordinary selection of shapes from the wildly eroded rocks of this canyon to the east of the Ak Tepe hill. 
      • This is more of a potter through neck-crickingly varied and fantastical formations that a serious walk. It is very popular with coach tours, so no point unless passing anyway,. or you are willing to walk away from the carpark! 
        • This page is still at an early stage of development: please let us have your ideas and photos!

Walkopedia rating

  • Walkopedia rating81
  • Beauty32
  • Natural interest17
  • Human interest6
  • Charisma36
  • Negative points10
  • Total rating81
  • Note: Negs: Tourism

Vital Statistics

  • Length: 1 hour(ish)
  • Level of Difficulty: Straightforward
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Across Devrent - © William Mackesy

WALK SUMMARY

THIS PAGE IS AT AN EARLY STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT. PLEASE HELP US BY MAKING SUGGESTIONS AND SENDING PHOTOS! THANK YOU!

See our Cappadocia page for further detailed information on the area.

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