Ski and Winter Sports in Lebanon
With the onset of winter, Lebanon has once again proven itself to be the center of winter sports and snowy white capped slopes in the Middle East. .
As one of the rarest countries on the Mediterranean to offer some of the best and most breathtaking ski resorts available, Lebanon has become a unique trademark for visitors seeking the ultimate winter experience.
With the snowy mountain range situated above a beautiful narrow coastal strip, the country remains unique in offering its visitors the ability to ski on snow in the morning while still being able to dip into the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean in the afternoon.
Having six wonderfully equipped ski resorts catering to skiers and snowboarders of all levels to choose from, tourists can enjoy the splendor of snow available while still being only an hour away from some of the country's most beautiful touristic sites.
Regardless of location, whether the Cedars, Faraya-Mzaar, Zaarour, Faqra, Laqlouq, or Qanat bakiche, all resorts are highly equipped for the common goal of offering both security and comfort to the public.
With this in mind, visitors can enjoy Cross Country and Alpine skiing in addition to paragliding, snowmobiling, and hiking before returning to the luxurious yet simple hotels and chalets available.
In fact, though Lebanon is often most notable for its summer season, the country has surprisingly become even more famous for its incredible winter experience. With the balmy Mediterranean waters in the distance and the clear blue skies above, Lebanese ski resorts have become a center of vivid animation and wonderful hospitality.
With a homey cozy feel to each resort available, visitors can enjoy a day of skiing in the sun before returning to the warmth of a fireplace while others seeking the ultimate nighttime experience can head to the bars and clubs that have become the country's very own trademark.
With this in mind, it is no surprise that Lebanon has become the Mediterranean's very own "white" tropical center inviting all around to take part in what is described by visitors as the ultimate winter experience!
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