The waterfall of Baatara Gorge is one of the natural wonders of the small Middle Eastern country of Lebanon. Only known to locals until the 1950's, the waterfall drops a total of 255 meters (about 840 ft.) into a giant limestone cave called the Balaa Pothole. It's one of the stops along the Lebanon Mountain Trail, a trail which runs about 470 km (around 290 mi.) through some of the country's most beautiful mountainous scenery. Check out this magnificent scene from above in this drone video by contributor Christian Altallah.