Are you a professional awaiting the season looking forward to skiing or snowboarding? Or is it a passionate amateur who has just started winter sports? Whatever your experience level, this magnificent slopes and ski centers in Turkey will take you to the pleasure and excitement of the climax.
Uludağ Ski Center, Bursa
Uludag is located in Turkey comes to mind the first mention of skiing. Because Uludag, Turkey’s first ski center, but also the largest and most popular. Uludag, which has tracks suitable for many different levels of difficulty, is also famous for its crazy entertainment. With its winter festivals, student festivities, and colorful nightlife organized in the semester, Uludağ is the number one address of fervent and joyful entertainments in the ice-cold.
Kartalkaya Ski Center, Bolu
Located in the Köroğlu Mountains, right in the middle of Ankara and Istanbul, Kartalkaya is one of the most popular ski centers due to its location. In Kartalkaya, where the ski season continues from mid-December to the end of March, it is beneficial to choose weekdays for a calmer, enjoyable and economical ski holiday.
Since it is very close to Istanbul, Kartepe hosts a lot of ski lovers, especially on weekends or daily. One of the most important features of this place, with a single ski, pass simultaneously on all tracks can be shifted to become one of the rare ski centers in Turkey.
Turkey’s highest mountain, which is installed in the foothills of Mount Erciyes as Ski Center Erciyes, Kayseri has located 25 km from the city center. In Erciyes, where the ski season lasts from mid-November to the end of April, artificial snowing can also be done if there is not enough snow at the beginning and end of the season.
Palandöken Ski Center, Erzurum
In 2011, World University Palandöken which hosted the Winter Olympics, famous for having the longest runway in Turkey. Palandöken, which is only 10 km away from Erzurum city center, is in demand with its snow quality and long ski season from the beginning of November to the end of May. If you are a professional skier, you should definitely slip from the tough Dragon Hill!