The trip is titled snow shoeing in Turkey but owing to the effects of global warming (?) there was no snow around Cappadocia for the first few days. Not that this deterred our guide, Tulga, who was exceptionally thorough, professional and well prepared. He had a Plan B for every eventuality and hence we had a most rewarding time walking, exploring and learning about the stunning region and rock chimneys.
On to the Taurus mountains where we really did have snow and it made for some quite spectacular walking and scenery. A lovely unspoilt locale and we were so privileged to be able to visit it. The expeditions were reasonably demanding and hence rewarding; neither was the activity of snowshoeing unduly technical.
With respect to the organisation, accommodation and food I have already commented on the exceptionally detailed organisation. Accommodation was mediocre in Goreme; better in the mountains with a wonderful climbing hut for communal eating and socialising; and finished off with a rather idiosyncratic but very comfortable hotel in Kyseri. Food was plentiful and wholesome; booze expensive relative to the food - but that probably reflects the lesser importance of alcohol in this part of Turkey.
In summary, a quite wonderful holiday experience enhanced by the most congenial company of fellow travellers.