Hatila Valley National Park Hatila Valley National Park spans over 16,900 hectares and is situated along the Coruh River branch in Artvin, Turkey. The park is accessible via a 10 km road trip from the center of Artvin. This national park is not just a picturesque valley, but also stands out for its diverse rock formations. Unlike typical valleys, Hatila Valley's rocks, though rare in nature, are a result of volcanic activity and were pushed up by flowing water. The valley itself is narrow with steep slopes, featuring a unique geological and geomorphologic composition. Its exceptional landscape, combined with its distinct features, makes it an attractive destination for nature enthusiasts and researchers of landform types in Turkey. The beginning to the midsection of Hatila Valley is lush with dense vegetation, harboring a wide range of plant species. This region's remarkable feature lies in its abundant vegetation, which is typical of a Mediterranean climate. The area's relict vegetation displays distinct characteristics, including endemic plant species. In fact, over 500 species have been identified in this region alone. The fauna in Hatila Valley is equally diverse, with various animal species calling it home, including bears, boars, foxes, badgers, wild goats (oxen), martens, hawks, eagles, coyotes, mountain grouse, and trout. For visitors, the Hatila Valley National Park offers campgrounds and facilities suitable for day trips or overnight stays. It is located just 10 kilometers from the city center and can accommodate various capacities, from bungalows to caravans.