Ağaçbaşı Peat BogAğaçbaşı Peat Swamps in Trabzon province is located in the boundaries of Köprübaşı and Sürmene districts, 67, 40 km away from Köprübaşı, 1950- 2100 meters elevated, there is a wavy-looking platoon. With its area of about 350 hectares, Turkey’s the largest and most protected high altitude natural heritage that needs to be protected on the world scale as it is the southern boundary of northern hemisphere peatlands. The rich vegetation and animal existence at this peat bog has composed of rare species in Turkey. It is an important tortoise breeding ground, with its area size, endemic species, as well as its 10.000 year ecological and climatic archives. Woodpecker is on the Karadere basin, which is known as one of the most important bird migration routes in the Eastern Black Sea. The swamp and the Kervan Road through which Dede Korkut Tales and Evliya Çelebi Itineraries have been the subject of travel. The Woodpecky Marshes and the surrounding plains, which must be protected absolutely; It has an important place in Turkey and in regional tourism with its potential for nature, culture and eco-tourism, bird watching, nature photography, scientific researches.