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With six ski resorts for all levels, and plenty of off-piste options for those who wish to explore the Lebanese powder, Lebanon is a winter sports haven ideal for splitboarding. Its remote mountains embrace small towns and cities with a deep culture and ancient traditions, perfect to explore after spending an exhilarating day out on the slopes. To find the best splitboarding spots in Lebanon, go with one of the local certified guides featured on Explore-Share.com and discover this winter wonderland in perfect company. 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our Splitboarding selection in Lebanon. The mountains are calling!
Home to the Temple of Bacchus, birthplace of acclaimed poet Khalil Gibran, coasted by the Mediterranean and embraced by mountains that in winter are a haven of snow, Lebanon is a country of wonders no matter what slope you admire it from. It is also a new secret favorite for winter sports, with its six ski resorts and amazing off-piste options that allow for tree runs amongst cedars and splitboarding on virgin powder snow that whispers like a secret to those that know where to find it. Never mind the food, the coffee, the hospitality. With so much to discover, going with a local certified guide is a great way to access all those places you know are there but don’t know where, and to arrange logistics while ensuring safety. Don’t miss your chance to discover this splitboarding dream land in the Middle East!
The Lebanese climate is Mediterranean with long, hot, dry summers and short, cool, wet winters. In the Mount Lebanon range, it has Alpine climate with snow and sub-zero temperatures in the winter, and lovely waterfalls in the spring.
The best option is to fly in to Beirut from the UK as border issues make it difficult to drive into Lebanon. You can also get in by boat. Additionally, keep in mind that you will need to check visa requirements, and that if your passport has an entry or exit stamp from Israel you may not be allowed to enter the country.
The ski season in Lebanon runs from November to April.
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