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What to do: Winter sports without the winterLebanese extreme sports fanatics will have their winter kicks if not by snow then by mud. That was the decision of Gilbert Hobeish, founder and owner of Skyline Extreme Sports, one of Lebanon's many ecotourism companies that have had to accommodate an unusually warm and snowless winter season. Skyline usually offers more exciting trips than standard hiking, and a balmy winter has put off thrill-seekers who want to get caught in the elements.In the coming weeks, Skyline will invite the public on a six-hour cave exploration, a trip which would have been impossible in average winter weather conditions.This weekend, Vamos Todos has hikes planned in the Chouf and in the Metn village of Beit Shabab; for the annual Valentine's Day overnight trip, Vamos Todos is holding out hope that it might be a snowshoeing trip rather than an ordinary hike.Aoun and Hobeish have both been able to rearrange their winter lineup and still draw participants.
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