The Baatara Gorge Waterfall, also known as Three Bridges Waterfall, is located in Tannourine, Lebanon. When the snow melts, a waterfall of 90 meters is formed.
The fall has two bridge-shaped formations, one third and two thirds of the depth from the surface. From the opposite shore of the fall, these two formations give the impression, with the upper part, to form three bridges.
The gulf was discovered in 1952 by French explorer Henri Coiffait. The waterfall and accompanying sinkhole were mapped in the 1980s by the caving club of Lebanon. The fall is located five minutes from the village of Balaa, on the road between Laklouk and Tannourine.