The slopes have been far less busy than usual this year. Flying Frog/Nicolas Saadeh
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Lebanon's ski resorts have reduced their prices by as much as 30 percent this year in anticipation of a quiet season, as the country's economic crisis shows no sign of letting up.2020's season looks set to be drastically different than last year's, when resorts reported the "best season in years".A weekend day pass is now LL71,000 ($47) and a weekday pass is LL35,000 .At the Cedars Resort, Lebanon's oldest, lift passes are around 16 percent cheaper than last year, said resort manager Elie Fakhri. A weekend day pass is LL50,000 and a weekday pass is LL40,000 .In Zaarour, weekday prices have remained the same at LL35,000, but weekend prices have dropped from LL70,000 to LL55,000 .
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