Kfardebian is a town that is located in Lebanon. It is situated in the Keserwan district in the Mount Lebanon municipality, about a few hours' drive from Jounieh and the capital city of Beirut. The area is a favorite skiing spot where visitors come from all over the world to enjoy skiing during the ski season that runs from December to April in the region. There are around 42 hills located in Kfardebian, extending to around 50 miles (80 km).
There are many other interesting things to do in Kfardebian apart from taking part in snow sports. Some of the interesting places to visit near the town include the Historical Rocky Promontory Site of Faqra, Hay Al Saqi, Wadi El Jamejim (Valley of Skulls), and Mount Sannine. All of these places offer plenty of opportunities for visitors to create wonderful memories that they can relive long after, reminiscing about them later.
Located in the region of the North of Keserwan, Kfardebian is best known for its ski resort "Faraya Mzaar", which is one of the most famous in Lebanon. It allows many visitors, whether they are skiers, snowboarders or simply fans of any winter sport to practice their activities. The serene, quiet and breathtakingly beautiful village is among the most visited places in Lebanon and for good reason. The village is full of exciting places to visit and activities. The summer season lasts from May to September, whereas the winter season lasts from December to April.
The place is a popular tourist spot for ski lovers who enjoy thrilling and adrenaline pumping winter activities such as snowboarding and skiing. The Mzaar Ski Resort is the most popular and most visited resorts in the country that stretches between 1730-2645 meters. The region is full of beautiful mountains, springs and ponds. The Ski season begins from early December and lasts through April. Tourists from all over the world visit Kfardebian especially during the winter season to enjoy winter sports. If you are a snow fanatic, the winter season is the best time of the year to enjoy snowfall and all the adrenaline pumping winter activities the area has to offer.