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The database of LMT springs was produced in the framework of the USAID-funded Water Awareness Project (WAT), implemented by the LMT Association (Sept. 2012 – Sept. 2014). More than 75 springs along the trail were identified, surveyed and tested. This online database contains information on their location, temperature, usage, bacteriological quality, and name origin.  Our objective is to mobilize the public opinion to protect Lebanon’s unique water heritage.  If you have any comments or suggestions for improvement, please write to us on info@lebanontrail.org.

Name Description Sect. Village Name Location Seasonality Description Spring Type
Ain Aazamain 23 Aitanit Main Trail, Village Permanent The spring flows from the ground,a gate is installed at the entrance of the spring. Water is collected in two large cement basins before its use for irrigation Protected spring
Ain Aazdana 12 Lassa Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from the ground, water is channeled in plastic hose and collected in small traditional stone bassin Open spring
Ain Abdallah 11 Akoura Main Trail Seasonal The spring flows from rock cavity Open spring
Ain Al Assafir 11 Akoura Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from the ground. Water is collected in a large backfill made of traditional stone Open spring
Ain Al Baiyada 05 Ehden Main Trail Seasonal Traditional spring flowing from the gorund with old stone collection outlet and basins Open spring
Ain Al Baiyada 10 Laklouk Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from the ground Protected spring
Ain Al Batrak 07 Wadi Qannoubine Side Trail Permanent The spring flows from a rock cavity inside the mountain Open spring
Ain Al Bohsa 09 Tannourine Main Trail, Village Permanent The spring flows from traditional craved stone Protected spring
Ain Al Chaachoua 20 Jbaa Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from the ground, it has a traditional stone conveyor and small backfill Protected spring
Ain Al Dahab 09 Dimane Main Trail Permanent Two cement collection rooms, two PVC pipes conveyors
Ain Al Delb 01 Beit Gharib Main Trail, Village Seasonal The spring flows from a rock cavity. It is protected with a small concrete structure Protected spring
Ain Al Fradis 06 Al Fradis Main Trail, Village Permanent The spring flows from the mountain Protected spring
Ain Al Ftouh 02 Michmich Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from the gorund Open spring
Ain Al Ghabeh 20 Mristi Main Trail, Village Seasonal The spring flows from a traditional stone arch outlet with small stone basin. On the stones has arabic inscriptions Protected spring
Ain Al Halkoum 21 Niha Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from a small traditional stone arch outlet with small stone basin Protected spring
Ain Al Hor 02 Michmich Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from the gorund Open spring
Ain Al Jaouzeh 09 Tannourine Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from the ground, it is collected in a small cement tank Open spring
Ain Al Keddeb 09 Dimane Main Trail Seasonal The spring flows from a small rock cavity in the moutain Open spring
Ain Al Khencharat 06 Al Fradis Side Trail Permanent The spring flows from terrace side Open spring
Ain Al Khokh 02 Fnaideq Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from a rock cavity. It is protected with a small concrete structure Protected spring
Ain Al Labwe 24 Al Aaqbet Main Trail, Village Permanent The spring flows from the ground Protected spring
Ain Al Machraa 14 Al Machraa Side Trail, Village Permanent The spring flows from a stone arch outlet that has a small stone collection basin Protected spring
Ain Al Manzoul 15 Mtein Main Trail, Village Permanent The spring flows from the mountain. Water is channeled in closed cement canal and collected in a small cement open basin Protected spring
Ain Al Naassa 05 Ehden Main Trail Permanent Traditional spring with old stone collection outlet and basins Open spring
Ain Al Njas 02 Hakl el Kherbeh Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from the ground. Water is collected in 3 consecutive longitudinal bassins with a traditional aspect Open spring
Ain Al Qabou 14 Ain Al Qabou Side Trail, Village Permanent The spring flows from a stone arch outlet that has a small stone collection basin Protected spring
Ain Al Qantara 07 Wadi Qannoubine Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from a traditional stone arch outlet with small stone basin Protected spring
Ain Al Qemmamine 02 Qemmamine Main Trail, Village Permanent The spring outlet is under the elemetary school inside the village Protected spring
Ain Al Rejmeh 16 Falougha Main Trail Permanent The spring flows from the ground Open spring
Ain Al Sharshara 16 Falougha Village Permanent The spring flows from the mountain. Water is channeled in a plastic hose Open spring
Ain Al Skeikh Said Tawk 07 Bcharreh Village Permanent The spring flows from 3 outlets of traditional stone arch with collection basin Protected spring
Ain Al Teffeha 13 Kfardebian Main Trail Permanent The water flows from the mountain, it is channel in pipes into a large cement backfill Protected spring