Geyikbayiri is Turkey’s largest sport climbing area with over 1300 routes divided over 47 sectors, all within walking distance of the camping.

Climbing with a Guide


Climbing Full day / Half day

Climb half a day or a full day on the best routes in the valley. Suitable for beginning and experienced climbers.

Half day 3 hours €45,-

Full day 6 hours plus lunch break €90,-

Beginners Course

Duration 3 full days.

In this three day beginners course you will learn the basics of rock climbing  and belaying top rope.

Price €250,-

Advanced Course

Duration 3 full days.

With this three day advanced course you will learn and practice the tecnhiques and skills needed for lead climbing.

Price €250,-

*Prices are per person

*Prices include all climbing equipment

Send us an e-mail for information on  Climbing with Kids, Project assistance, Specific skill trainings and we will put you in direct contact with the relevant climbing instructor.


Climbing Guidebooks about Turkey available at Climbers Garden

A Rock Climbing Guide to Antalya
The Complete Guidebook for Geyikbayiri, Akyarlar and Olympos (Öztürk Kayıkçı 5th edition/ English / Turkish 2018).

Climb Travel Turkey
Guidebook for Climbing in Turkey with complete topo’s of 1000 routes, travel and accommodation info, detailed photo topo’s and approach to crags (Zuleyha Geels / English/2012).

Antalya Traditional Rock Climbing Guide
Guidebook for the traditional climbing areas and big walls in Antalya (Yılmaz Sevgül/ English/Turkish / 2012)

Parois De Legende, Les plus belles voies du Monde
Guidebook including information for climbing in Dedegöl  Arnaud Petit, Stephanie Bodet / French / 2005 )

Rock Climbing Guide To Aladağlar
Guidebook to the Sport routes in Kazıklı Valley and Cimbar Valley alongside the Alpine and Alpine Sport routes of the Aladağ Mountain Range. (Recep İnce / English / Turkish / 2007)

50 Climbing Routes in The Aladağ Range
Guidebook with a selection of ridge routes, long trad routes and ice & mixed climbing in the Aladağ Mountain range. Includes detailed map of the Mountain Range. (Tunç Fındık / English /2011)

Kaynaklar Climbing Guidebook
Compact booklet on the Climbing area near Izmir. (Sinan Demirtaş / Turkish / 2011)