What is The National Mountain of Lebanon?
Mount Lebanon Is The Biggest Mountain In Lebanon. The mountain range, extending almost the entire length of Lebanon, paralleling the Mediterranean coast for about 150 mi (240 km), with northern outliers extending into Syria.
The northern section, north of the saddle, or pass, of Dahr al-Baydar (through which the Beirut–Damascus railroad and highway run).
is the widest and loftiest part of the mountains, which average 7,000 ft (2,100 m) above sea level, with a few snowcapped peaks, including Qurnat as-Sawdaʾ, at 10,131 ft. On the western flanks, east of Bsharri, are the remaining groves of the renowned Cedars of Lebanon.