A creative solution that enables hiking in dry places during the harsh and hot summer is hiking at night.
The Jewish and Muslem calendars are based on the moon cycle, and you can predict the moonlight available according to the date in those calendars.
The moon is born at the first day of the month, reaching its climax on the 15th and then declines. The full moon rises at around 18:00 winter time, every day belated by around 40 minutes.
On the 4th of September will be the 15th of the Hebrew month of Elul, and we will make the most of the full moon and hike in the Judean desert under its light!
We will walk from Ma’ale Adummim to the astonishing observation over the Mar Saba monastery, then walk down to the Horkania Fortress and conclude atop Jebel Muntar, with a beautiful view of the moon sinking in our west, while the sun rising in the east!
Next, we will drive to the Fawwar spring (Ein Mabbua) in Wadi Kelt and hang out by the waters.
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