Posted on 25 January 2018
Babadağ (ancient Mount Cragus) is a mountain near Fethiye, in Muğla Province, southwest Turkey. The mountain has a principal summit at an elevation of 1,969 metres and a second one called “Karatepe” at an elevation of 1,400 metres . These two summits face each other and are separated by a flood valley, which led to the term “mountain range” to be used in some sources in association with Babadağ. The mass is composed mainly of limestone.