Beirut: Hiking - Walking

Paris of the Middle East

Beirut Hiking - Walking

Walking in Beirut is one of the best ways to see the city. One of the most enjoyable walks is a round trip along Paris Avenue, linking up to General De Gaulle Avenue (both colloquially known as the Cornice). This 5 km route is popular with walkers, joggers and skaters in Beirut, particularly in the evenings: start out on your walk at the Beirut Marina and stroll along to Beirut’s Pigeon Rocks in Rawcheh in time to enjoy a few drinks in a cafe and watch the sunset.

As for Lebanon's countryside, the clear blue sky, fresh air, rugged mountain peaks, and the pleasant chill of snow-fed rivers make Lebanon a hiker's paradise. Spruced up with delicious local food, hidden historical treasures, scenic overlooks, or special expert presentations, our hiking packages ensure that your journey will be as interesting as your destinations.

We recommend:
Al-Chouf Cedars Nature Reserve Hike
Hiking from Laklouk to Balaa Pit
Hiking from Faqra to Wardeh Region
Hiking visit to the Cedars of Jaj
Hike to Ouyoune El-Simane
Hiking in the holy valley of Qannoubine