P14 Üçpınar - Güngören
Üçpınar-Güngören trail is one among the many paths used in the past by villagers in order to transfer to the plain woods they cut on the mountain, charcoal and pasturing herds. The path, rarely used today, is 5,4 kilometres long.
For this reason the 2,6 kilometres long one-exit mountain path advancing from East to West is quite difficult. In order to enter the trail, start walking below Üçpınar Quarter mosque and turn to the right 500 metres after the fountain.
The path which starts to advance among pine and oak woods turning towards the North, first passes by the forest area below Değirmentaşı Ridge and then descends towards the Elmacık Stream. After Elmacık Stream the path turns towards the West and advances inside the valley parallelly to Yaniçli Stream, while after approximately 300 metres, it turns towards the right and rises in ziczac form in the direction of Devecikbeli Hill.
After passing South of Devecikbeli Hill, the path turns to the West towards Beşoluk Hill of an altitude of 720 metres. From the stream bed it advances for 2 kilometres until it enters a forest area and then passes next to a quarry area. From this point on, the path advances among fields advancing on the 1,5 kilometre long unpaved road used by vehicles, by which it reaches Güngören Quarter.