Beirut: Hiking - Walking
Paris of the Middle East
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.
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