UzungölUzungöl, which is 99 km away from Trabzon and 19 km away from Çaykara district, is at a height of 1090 meters from sea level. It is a natural landscape narrated that the soil and rocks of the valley slopes settled in Şerah village are covered with rocks in the 1600s. The settlement area formed around is called “Uzungöl”, meaning “Long Island”, which attracts the great interest of local and foreign tourists, with a very high touristic potential. In addition to the hiking, bird watching and botanical tours of the highest lake of Haldizen Valley and Trabzon, there are also opportunities to arrange spring tours that can be visited by the villages with wooden village villas of the traditional Black Sea architecture besides the natural beauty such as Şekersu, Demirkapı, Yaylaönü and the nearby ponds or the hills between the higher mountains. Mount Haldizen is 3,325 meters. In the Haldizen valley, the lake, which is the result of the closure of the landslide creek bed in the form of a natural dam, displays an attractive landscape with spruce forests covering the steep slopes and slopes around it. Uzungöl varies seasonally in terms of water level. The lake at a height of 1090 meters is approximately 1000 meters in height, 500 meters in width and 15 meters in depth. Also natural trout lives in the lake.