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Full Moon Hiking in the Dolomites Courtesy of
ADLER Spa Resort Dolomiti
June 27-30. July 26-29, August 26-30

Ortisei, Italy, June, 2018…The full moon night has its myths. Allegedly animals bite more often. At full moon more children are born, and in the full moon itself, people see very different faces; for people in the Dolomites a man lives up there, the Chinese and Japanese see a rabbit, the West Africans a crocodile. And supposedly people sleep badly at full moon. Why sleep then? Stay up and join the nightwalkers!

To celebrate this myth-full event The Adler Dolomiti has organized a full moon hike in the Dolomites. Thaddäus Moroder, hiking guide of the ADLER Spa Resort Dolomiti, will take guests for an unforgettable mountain hike on three dates this summer: June 27-30, July 26-29 and August 26-30. The hike starts in the evening, when the setting sun dips behind mountains radiating a strong orange and then into a deep purple color. Then there is a nocturnal snack in a hut, and when the moon is high in the sky, the white Dolomite rocks will shine bright. The perception of light and shadow, of sounds and smells is exacerbated in the dark. And maybe you just might see a crocodile suddenly appear in the full moon.

The full moon hiking is organized by Thaddäus Moroder. It is part of a comprehensive hiking program of the Hotel ADLER Spa Resort Dolomiti. Thaddäus Moroder, an athletic man with bright eyes and sympathetic laughter, grew up in the Dolomites and knows the mountains like no other. He is a great narrator, knows many stories and anecdotes of the landscape, which UNESCO has declared a World Heritage Site.

ADLER Spa Resort Dolomiti is in northeastern Italy’s Dolomites mountain range, which was named a World Heritage site by UNESCO, who praised its “vertical walls, sheer cliffs and a high density of narrow, deep and long valleys.” The 114-room hotel overlooks the mountains, with architecture that’s beautifully integrated into the alpine setting. The property is known for its sprawling Water World area, which features more than 30,000 square feet of hot and cold pools, baths, saunas and relaxation areas, all set within ADLER Park, a private, peaceful oasis.

A variety of kid-friendly accommodations are offered at ADLER Spa Resort Dolomiti including superior double rooms with sofa beds (for families with one child) and family suites with additional sleeping areas. Daily rates start at €208 per person per day, with reduced meal plan prices for children, depending on age. Additional reductions are offered during special family weeks throughout the year.

For more information on this event and the ADLER Spa Resort Dolomiti https://www.adler-dolomiti.com  or  Adler Resorts, visit www.adler-resorts.com

Contact: Morano Public Relations, 212-860-5566, martha@moranopr.com or visit www.adler-dolomiti.com

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