The plateau, formerly known as Haldizen, is now known as Demirkapı Plateau. Demirkapı Plateau is also the reason why Uzungöl was formed. The water flowing into Haldizen Creek from the various glacial lakes around its summit, which reaches 3,376 meters, then reaches Uzungöl.
When you go to Demirkapı Plateau, which is especially preferred by nature lovers, it is possible to stop by the surrounding crater lakes. The region where these lakes are named as Balıklı Lake, Aygır Lake, Pir Emir Lake, Sarıçiçek Lake, Dipsiz Lake, Çifte Lakes is called Yedigöller.
To reach Demirkapı Plateau, you have to cross a 12-kilometer stabilized forest road from Uzungöl. Its cool and clean air takes on a wonderful view when the fog settles. You can stay in wooden houses next to the bubbling streams or pitch a tent.