|Governorate||Mount Lebanon Governorate|
|Elevation||930 m (3,050 ft)|
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
|• Summer (DST)||EEST (UTC+3)|
Chahtoul (other names: Shahtoul, Shahtul) is a village in Lebanon. In the district of Mount-Lebanon and in the caza of Keserwan and situated at about 32 km from Beirut. At an altitude of about 930 m above the sea level, it is a popular destination for camping.
It is the hometown of the Lebanese writer May Ziade. A statue of her is situated in the village.
Places to visit:
- Church of Saint-Joseph (town center)
- Saydet el Kalaa church and lady's holy cave
- The cross on the hill.
The biggest families in Chahtoul include: Ziade, Salame, Obeid, Kallassi, Najem, El-Khoury, Mnessa, Nader, Rizkalla, Oweiss.
Chahtoul is in the Dioceses of Jounieh.