Jisr Al Hajar is an amazing natural wonder that deserves to be seen in Lebanon.
This is a rock bridge created by the ideal engineer that the nature itself is, with its wind, water and geo-movements as tools. The bridge stretches across the river with cascade of waterfalls at a height of about 35m and fits perfectly into most scenic mountainous surrounding.
Jisr Al Hajar is also known as Kfardebian Natural Bridge. However, with its almost impeccable shape it is hard to believe no human efforts were applied to making it what it is.
It must be the most impressive in spring, when melting snow coming down from the mountains makes the river under the bridge full-watered. Be careful taking photos on its uneven slopes; some were rough and slippery.
Conveniently located along the road running from the famous ski resort of Mzaar to the town of Faqra known for its unique temple complex (please, see my separate review).
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