Uludağ: one of the highest mountains in the Marmara Region open to tourism all the year round and one of Turkey’s most beautiful epitomes of magnificent nature
Uludag, rising to 2543 meters and within the city limits of Bursa, is Turkey's biggest winter sports and nature center.
Known as Olympos Mysios, Uludag was considered the site where the gods had watched the Trojan War.
Uludag, 40 km in length, is an inviting place for tourists for its exquisite nature and spectacular views in any season.
The six different trails arranged according to various difficulty levels are an ideal opportunity to get acquainted with the beautiful nature of the area.
The importance of the region has increased over time with the establishment of monasteries from the 3rd century on, after the adoption of Christianity as the official religion in the Roman Empire.
The site was named Keşiş Dağ (Mountain of Monks) after the conquest of Bursa by Orhan Gazi and renamed Uludağ upon the proposal by Osman Şevki Bey in 1925.
Accommodating Turkey’s first cable car system, Uludağ is suitable for a variety of enjoyable activities thanks to its magnificent geography and numerous holiday options. Furthermore, the high mountain climate provides for a refreshingly cool weather in every season.
Uludağ welcomes visitors any time of the year and pleases guests with a variety of entertaining activities