The Uludag is home to one of Turkey’s most prominent ski resorts, with 28 kilometres of slopes for beginners and experienced skiers. The bulk of people ascend the mountain via the Uludag cable car, which takes around 25 minutes to complete and is Turkey’s longest at 9 kilometres. The ski season is unquestionably the most popular time to visit the area, with locals and foreign tourists alike flocking to the resort for skiing and snowboarding. Even if you’re not a skier, there’s enough to do away from the slopes. A snow safari is a great way to enjoy this winter wonderland without having to put on your skis.
The semester has begun in Uludag, one of Turkey’s biggest winter tourism destinations. The occupancy rate in the region’s hotels and amenities has surpassed 90%. Those who choose to spend their half-term vacation in Uludag have built a dense network of hotels and facilities in the area.
The semester holiday boosted activity in Uludag, which had reached 100 percent occupancy on New Year’s Eve. The occupancy rate in the region’s hotels and amenities has surpassed 90%. Due to the semester break, hotel manager Harbi Türk remarked that they have reached the occupancy rate they had hoped for. Every now and again, there’s a blizzard, but the weather is often pleasant. We were completely full on New Year’s Eve.
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The season resumes with Uludag. In Uludag, the semester is a crucial feature. Guests who have been coming for years have returned to take part. All of the hotels are virtually completely full.
Uludag has also been informed by the General Directorate of Meteorology that there will be continuous snow for the next seven days. During the day, the temperature will be 6 degrees below zero at its maximum point and minus 14 degrees at its lowest point. In the hotel vicinity, the snow depth reached 86 cm.