Fırtına Stream

Fırtına Stream


Fırtına Stream

Formed by combination of Elevit Creek, Palovit Creek, Hala Creek, Çat Creek and many others coming from Kaçkar and Verçenik valleys on slopes of Kaçkar Mountains seeing over the Black Sea, Fırtına Creek pours into the Black Sea at approximately two kilometers west of Ardeşen. With a length of 57 kilometers, Fırtına Creek has a suitable track for white water tourism (canoeing-rafting). Its flow rate is high and it is also a fast-flowing stream. That is why domestic and foreign athletes particularly choose this creek. Passing through tea gardens and forested islands in places, the creek has arch bridges which offer a restful scene with their appearance so coherent with nature. Bringing life to Çamlıhemşin, Fırtına Creek features beautiful historic arch bridges along the river line. Some of these bridges are Şenyuva Bridge, Orta Bridge, Mikron Bridge, Makrevis Bridge, Çat Bridge, Kale-Hala Bridge, and Kadıköy (Örenkit) Bridge.

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