Hadchit (ܚܕܫܝܬ likewise Hadsheet, Hadshit or Hadchite, Arabic: حدشيت ) is an antiquated Phoenician settlement situated in the Bsharri District in the North Governorate of Lebanon. It is arranged in the Valley of Qadisha, neglecting the southern part of the valley, Wadi Qannoubine Valley. Most of the individuals are followers of the Maronite Church. The town is found 126 km away of Beirut with a height of 1400m above ocean level, and open from two principle streets Tripoli->Ehden->Hadchit or Kosba->Bcharre->Hadchit. Hadchit has an expected populace of 7000 individuals.