P18 Unçukuru - Fadıllı
Unçukuru Quarter, a settlement on the Western edge of Nilüfer district, located close to the border with the district of Mustafakemalpaşa. offers a wide birdview to Uluabat Lake. Unçukuru was founded by refugees coming from Bulgaria after the Russo-Turkish war of 1877-1878.
Apart from the nature hiking trail, there are two cycling routes passing from Unçuku. In order to enter the Unçukuru-Fadıllı trail, walk for 200 metres after the direction signs at the village square. 50 metres after you pass the starting point of Ayvaköy trail, turn to the right next to Fadıllı and Fadıll Paragliding Field direction signs and enter the trail.
The trail starting at an altitude of 500 metres passes at first among houses and then descends inside a wide valley surrounded by pine ve oak tree woods. The forest path crossing Çeşmedüzü Ridge towards the North, continues to descend into the wide valley under Bakacak Ridge, descending after 2,5 kilometres to an altitude of 220 metres. The trail passes Arpa Stream flowing inside the valley and after its exit 600 metres later, it reaches one end of Fadıllı Paragliding Aviation Field at Bakacak Ridge.
From then on, hiking trail P18 continues on the 2,7 kilometres long unpaved road leading to the paragliding field and then advances among gardens before it reaches the central square of Fadıllı Quarter.