The ski resort has 42 slopes and 80
kilometers of groomed tracks. The skiing season in Lebanon is
similar in length to that of the Alps stretching over a period
of 4 months.
The peaks of the Mzaar mountain range vary between
heights of 1913 and 2465 meters. The tallest peak, Mzaar, and
the Nabil peak 2240 meters offer challenges for the experienced
skier or snowboarder. Three other peaks are well suited for
beginners, and even more are adapted to skier of intermediate
From the top of Mzaar, you will enjoy the breathtaking view over the colorful Bekaa valley, Mount Hermon of the Anti-Lebanon and other peaks like Laqlouq and the Cedars. Coastal towns and
the capital Beirut can be seen on a clear day.
At Mzaar Kfardebian ski resort if you are an advanced skier, you will need at least two days to ski the best of the resort and start searching for new tracks.
If looking for a more challenging day, you may hire a guide from
our ski school to show you other exciting areas. Intermediate
skiers will have a lot of fun as well, and it is also an ideal resort for beginners as the lower slopes are wide and gentle.