The Toros Mountains rise at the western-most range of the Great Himalayas. The Turkish section of this mountain range, which follows the southern border of Anatolia, is rugged, magnificent and most difficult to climb. Renowned for their unique geology, the Toros Mountains are home to a beautiful array of rock formations and waterfalls. Born out of the erosion of limestone is a fascinating topography complete with underground rivers and caverns that collect the colorful water. A popular summer retreat, the Toros Mountain region produces some of the world’s most beautiful carpets, kilims, and extraordinary cuisine.