ATV to Qornet Al Sawda 3088m
How about reaching the highest summit in the Middle East on ATV?
This could be the experience of a lifetime. It is not just about driving an ATV in the mountains but way beyond that. It is a cultural and adventurous experience at the same time.
Our guides will dazzle you with their cultural knowledge about the region. They are well qualified and dedicated to make your ATV tour a safe and enjoyable experience.
Once you reach the meeting point at the Cedrus Hotel, you will be given a safety briefing and instructions how to safely control the vehicle.
All is set and ready, we depart following a mountain trail to the highest summit in the Middle East 'Qornet Al Sawda' where the elevation is 3088 m. We will pause along the way to capture the amazing views, so make sure to bring your camera. The scenery at the peak is breathtaking and cherry on top, you will walk on Lebanon's eternal snow!
Back on track, we now descend towards Ouyoun Orghosh near the lake, famous for its welcoming restaurants serving Lebanese mezze, trouts and BBQ platters.
After a delicious lunch, it is time to head back to the start point so we hop on our ATVs holding in mind so many unforgettable memories to talk about.
ATV price is $100/person assuming 2 persons per vehicle
Lunch can be booked in advance for additional $15/person
Note: Riders are responsible to pay for any damage to the equipment they control.
Minimum 3 ATV's (6 persons) is required to do the trip
Included in the price:
- ATV rental
- Mountain guide
Not included in the price:
You need to bring with you:
- Personal hygiene items
- Sun block cream
What to wear:
- Jacket or windbreaker (for cooler days)
- Long pants, jeans or riding pants
- Boots (or certain tennis shoes) covering the ankles
- T-shirt or long sleeve shirt
- Meet in front the Cedrus Hotel at a pre agreed time
- After the briefing, follow the guide for a four hours ATV ride reaching the highest summit Kornet Al Sawda
- Lunch in Ouyoun Orghosh (not included in the price)
- Return to start point around 4PM.