The mountains of Lebanon are known for the geology of the Lebanese state as a bumpy and waterfront nation in particular, that is, there are no deserts and channels. The mountains in Lebanon are partitioned into two mountain ranges, one east and the other west, and these arrangement incorporate a few mountains, whose names are recorded beneath.
The names of the mountains of Lebanon, otherwise called the Qalamoun mountain extend, are shared by the Lebanese state and the Syrian Arab Republic. Dim, referred to by students of history as the Snow Mountain, is otherwise called the Hermon Mountains, with the most elevated height of 2,800 meters above ocean level.
The West Lebanon Mountain Range, which ignores the Mediterranean Sea, extends from the south where Mount Amel is toward the north to Mount Foua. Mount Aitou: This mountain is known by the individuals of the district as the horn of Aitu, and this is because of the communicated radio wire at the top, and it is said that the name of this Aitou originated from Pharaonic root, where this word symbolizes the god Adonis, and there is another form that says Aitou alludes to the word resort .
Mount Barouk: This mountain incorporates the incredible cedar timberland in Lebanon, disregarding numerous towns in the Chouf area, just as in the western Bekaa notwithstanding Aley, and the name of these mountains goes back to a bygone era, where business escorts go through it, favoring creatures and camels in it to rest, The most noteworthy elevation is around 1,900 meters above ocean level.
Jebel Amel: Jebel Amel was named after the grounds in the southern piece of Lebanon that offer a characteristic outskirt with the Palestinian state.It was named after the Bani Amela clan, which started in the city of Sheba and emigrated after the dam crumbled in Marib.
Mount Safi: The most elevated height is around 1,300 meters above ocean level. It is named for Semitic birthplaces, where the Baal lord of the Semites is Safun, the divine force of tempests. Mount Church: The most noteworthy elevation is around 2,000 and 300 meters above ocean level. Mount Sannin: The most elevated height, which is around 2,000 600 and twenty-eight meters above ocean level, and is the second most noteworthy mountain in the western chain, it is said that it was in the days of yore days of the Romans and Phoenicians, and even the Pharaohs secured by the woodlands of rice, yet they took him to fabricate their boats and castles crosswise over tenses.
Mount Mantara: The most elevated height is around 2,000 900 and eleven meters above ocean level. Dahr al-Baidar: It is a mountain pass that ascents around 1,500 meters above ocean level. Ayoun El-Siman: He pursues the Kaza of Keserwan, for all time topped by day off. Mount Mikmal: It is the most noteworthy mountain in Lebanon, where the tallness of the ocean level is roughly 3,000 and ninety-three meters, secured by snow consistently, in the woods of Zab and rice.
Mount Niha: This mountain disregards the towns of Niha Bekaa and Niha Choufia. Mount Lebanon: It is one of the mountains found parallel to the Mediterranean Sea and reaches out over an expected separation of 160 kilometers. Al-Qurna Al-Aswad: It is a mountain pinnacle situated in Mount Lebanon in Qalamoun in Mount Al-Mukamil. Jabal Mohsen: It is an inner mountain slope with a little size. It is situated in the eastern side of the city of Tripoli.