Turkey’s Lycian Way – a book

Canadian Michelle Savigny published an entertaining book called Breaking the Fourth Wall: An Uncertain Journey on Turkey’s Lycian Way. (2016)

I read it in preparation for doing some hiking there myself.

After researching long-distance coastal routes, she prepared to solo hike the 509-kilometre Lycian Way. The journey doesn’t take her where she planned, but as she camps in the wild, gets lost without water and confronts charging sheepdogs, the path guides her to exactly where she needs to be. …


Unfortunately I didn’t get much information on the hike itself: best sections, highlights, etc.

Her journey was more internal than physical. I’m not sure it mattered where she happened to be walking.

Click PLAY or watch some of her photos on YouTube.

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