Aladaglar National Park Located in the Taurus Mountains of Turkey, south of Kayseri and Adana provinces, is the Aladaglar National Park, also known as the Crimson Mountains National Park. It is a popular spot for mountain tourism, boasting over a hundred lakes and various waterfalls, including the Kapuzbasi Waterfalls and Glacial Lakes. The national park is covered by first-class black pine forests, such as the Hacer Forest. The park covers an area of 55,064 hectares and is home to the highest summit in the Taurus Mountain range, making it a geologically significant location. The low altitude regions of the park are covered with black and red pine forests, as well as other types of vegetation, while higher elevations are much colder and home to an incredible diversity of wildflowers. Wild animals are also present in the park, including wild goats, bears, wild pigs, wolves, jackals, martens, otters, songbirds, and birds of prey. Aladaglar is a popular destination for mountaineers from all over the world, with Demirkazik and Kardi being among the major peaks. Rafting trips are also available on the Zamanti River, which flows through the national park and offers stunning views.