From the warm sea waters to the wild snow-blanketed mountains, the diverse land of Lebanon provides a variety of activities. When winter arrives, ski the great mountains steeped in culture tradition, and explore its backcountry. When temperatures begin to rise in the spring months, the blooming flora breathes life back into the extensive hiking trails. Visit in the winter months for prime skiing conditions, or in the spring for climbing and hiking.
Located at the crossroads of the Mediterranean in West Asia, Lebanon is home to a long and rich cultural diversity and ethnic mixture. The country is bordered to the north and east by Syria, to the south by Israel, while the Mediterranean Sea separates Lebanon and the island of Cyprus to the west. The narrow coastal terrain of Lebanon is mostly populated by mountains, with a dozen rivers flowing down its slopes and into its valleys.
The climate of Lebanon is mostly Mediterranean, characterised by long and hot dry summers, and cool and rainy winters. In the high mountainous altitude, winters are colder with snowfall, while spring offers pleasantly warm temperatures.
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Visit in the winter months between mid-December and April for prime skiing conditions. Or visit during the spring months of April and May if you’re coming for climbing and hiking.
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