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Curve Lake,Antalya, Eğrigöl, Geyik Dağı, Taşeli Plateau, nature, photography, lake, fishing, wildlife, activities, trekking, camping, climbing, skiing, mountain biking
Curve Lake,Antalya, Eğrigöl, Geyik Dağı, Taşeli Plateau, nature, photography, lake, fishing, wildlife, activities, trekking, camping, climbing, skiing, mountain biking
Curve Lake,Antalya, Eğrigöl, Geyik Dağı, Taşeli Plateau, nature, photography, lake, fishing, wildlife, activities, trekking, camping, climbing, skiing, mountain biking
Curve Lake,Antalya, Eğrigöl, Geyik Dağı, Taşeli Plateau, nature, photography, lake, fishing, wildlife, activities, trekking, camping, climbing, skiing, mountain biking
Curve Lake,Antalya, Eğrigöl, Geyik Dağı, Taşeli Plateau, nature, photography, lake, fishing, wildlife, activities, trekking, camping, climbing, skiing, mountain biking
Curve Lake,Antalya, Eğrigöl, Geyik Dağı, Taşeli Plateau, nature, photography, lake, fishing, wildlife, activities, trekking, camping, climbing, skiing, mountain biking

Curve Lake 2024 Visiting Hours : 

Open everyday

Curve Lake 2024 Working Days : 

Everyday

Curve Lake 2024 Entrance Fee : 

Free

Last Update : 2024-06-22

Located in the foothills of the Geyik Mountains in the Taşeli Plateau, approximately 2,350 meters above sea level, Eğrigöl is a must-visit destination for nature and photography enthusiasts during June and July. Surrounded by snow masses on one side and various plant species such as mountain tulips, crocuses, fritillaries, and hyacinths on the other, the lake is also home to many fish species including carp. Visitors can spot wild sheep, goats, brown bears, eagles, and falcons around the lake. Despite being in June, encountering snow masses and accumulations of 3-4 meters on the slopes of the mountain, visitors can enjoy snowball fights and sledding, while not forgetting to photograph the endemic plant species in the lush greenery. Ideal for activities such as mountain biking, nature photography, camping, climbing, skiing, and trekking, Eğrigöl boasts the title of Turkey's liveliest lake at 2,350 meters. Known as the "Alps of Antalya" by nature lovers, it's a true paradise.