A popular tourist destination in fall, Yedigöller National Park to the north of Bolu invites nature lovers and campers to enjoy tranquility while walking along the park surrounded with rich plants and animals
An array of autumn colors covers the Yedigöller National Park, an essential autumn gateway located in the northwestern Bolu province. With its rich variety of flora, blue skies, tranquil atmosphere, wooden bridges and refreshing weather, the area is a hidden paradise that is a must see for all.
Named after its seven lakes – “Büyükgöl” (Big Lake) “Seringöl,””Nazlıgöl,””İncegöl,””Sazlıgöl,” (Lake with reeds) “Küçükgöl” (Small Lake) and “Deringöl” (Deep Lake) -the area offers a perfect scene for travelers and nature photographers as well as passionate campers. The lakes are connected to each other through surface and subterranean streams. As understood from its name, the biggest lake is Büyük Göl.
Located just 40 kilometers from the city, the national park started attracting more visitors after the construction of a new asphalt road that led to an increase in traffic to the park. From lilies to crocus and orchids, the park harbors 236 different plant species as well as a wide range of trees like oak, …