Abant Lake National Park, a freshwater lake in Turkey’s Bolu Province in northwest Anatolia, was created as a result of a massive landslide. The lake is situated 32 kilometres (20 miles) from Bolu, the provincial seat, at a height of 1,328 metres (4,357 feet). For both Turkish and foreign tourists, it is a well-liked holiday and excursion location because of the surrounding natural beauty, woodlands, and convenience of access by car. It is reachable through a 21 km (13 mi) road that leaves from the Istanbul-Ankara motorway O-4 E80 or the highway D.100 at the level of Mount Bolu and travels for three hours from these two major Turkish cities. Lake Abant is a natural a park.
The snow that fell in March fully covered Abant Lake National Park, one of Bolu’s most well-known natural areas, in white. During the March snowfall, the natural wonder Abant Lake National Park in Bolu, one of Turkey’s most popular tourist destinations, turned white.
A feast for the eyes was supplied by the nature park’s contrast of green and white, which is 35 kilometres from the city centre and surrounded by pine trees. March visitors to Abant took advantage of the weather by strolling around the lake and soaking in the snowy surroundings. Tourists wandered around the lake and took numerous photos as they admired the odd setting.
Minüre Demir claimed that she adores Abant very much,
“A natural wonder is Abant. Terrific. I’ve visited this location twice. I arrived while carrying my daughter. The age of my daughter is now ten. We have returned and will do so again.”
Izmir native Dursun Demir, who travelled to Abant, stated,
“In Izmir, there is no snow. The seasons have shifted this year. Both thirst and drought are present. Fortunately, snow also fell here. We were in a beautiful setting with snow all around. We last visited this location ten years ago.”