Lunata at Lagdei Hut

Mountains, meadows and clouds in the silvery light of the moon

Saturday 9 July 2022

A Lunata is more than a nighttime hike. We will enter the heart and history of a century-old forest, then reach the meadows, where the flashlight is no longer necessary and the Moon will guide our steps in a magical atmosphere. The hike is suitable to anyone ready to put some effort in it.

More Lunata dates in 2022 that are already open for booking (especially for those wishing to spend the night at the hut)
11 June - 9 July - 13 August - 10 September - 8 October - 5 November

Participation fee: €15/adult, €10/child (8-12 years old)
Min. 5 max 25 participants.
Info and booking: Antonio Rinaldi, Nature and Walking Guide, mobile 328.8116651 - antonio.rinaldi.76@gmail.com - www.terre-emerse.it
Dinner at the hut can be booked with your guide; for overnight stay write at info@rifugiolagdei.it

We do not require advance payment but we ask you to take your booking seriously, as it impacts our work and other possible participants.

The hike can be modified according to the weather; please inform your guide of any health condition; the guide may not accept unsuitably equipped participants.


Tag: tours, night walks
Place: Rifugio Lagdei, ore 20.55   Town: Corniglio (PR)  Region: Emilia-Romagna  
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