Located 36 kilometres from Rize’s İkizdere district, Ovit Highlands (Ovit Yaylası) are covered with a blanket of snow 6 months of the year befitting a destination that has recently been deemed the brand-new heart of winter tourism in Türkiye. It stands atop the Black Sea region’s scenic Kaçkar Mountains (Kaçkarlar) and welcomes visitors as they travel up the İkizdere Valley (İkizdere Vadisi).
Erciyes Ski Center is on Mount Erciyes (3,916 m), the highest summit of Anatolia, in the south Erciyes Province. Mount Erciyes is a young extinct volcano, presenting visitors with several visible volcanic cones.
Palandöken Ski Center is a ski resort for alpine skiing and snowboarding on the Palandöken Mountain in Erzurum Province, eastern Türkiye.
Kartalkaya is a ski resort located in the Köroğlu Mountains, in Bolu Province, Türkiye.
Kartepe, formerly called Keltepe (Bald Hill), lies in the southeast of the province of Kocaeli-İzmit.
Mount Davraz with an altitude of 2,635 m is one of the mountain masses surrounding Isparta Prairie in Türkiye’s Mediterranean region.
The Saklıkent Gorge is 300 m deep and 18 km long, and is one of the deepest in the world. It was formed through the abrasion of the rocks by the flowing waters over thousands of years.