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Auberge Resorts offer group adventures


MILL VALLEY, Calif. – Alligator tracking, twilight dog sledding and cheese making can turn an ordinary meeting into a memorable experience. Auberge Resorts offers explorative programs like these as part of Auberge Adventures.

Auberge has locations across the country and each offers different programs based on culture, natural environment and history. Culinary, fitness and cultural activities are among the options.

“Our guests are active, inquisitive and eager to explore,” said Mark Harmon, CEO of Auberge Resorts. “Auberge Adventures go beyond the conventional to offer new and different ways to experience a destination. When added to the idyllic settings, world-class dining and spas at our resorts, we believe a little adventure or exploration makes for the perfect resort getaway.”

Auberge Adventures can last from two hours to a full day. Staff can customize programs for a client’s needs.

Among the current Auberge Adventures are
1.) Alligator tracking in South Carolina
At the Inn at Palmetto Bluff, guests use radio telemetry to track and observe American alligators in their natural habitats.

2.) Twilight dog sledding in Colorado
The Hotel Jerome in Aspen takes visitors through a winter wonderland on a sled powered by huskies and guided by a trained musher.

3.) Abalone searching in Northern California

The Calistoga Ranch’s tour goes to a protected cove to hunt for this local edible sea snail.

4.) Surfing with locals in California
Los Cerritos in Baja is famous for surfing, so groups can join in the fun with surfing lessons.

5.) Guided hikes in New Mexico

Guests can walk past towering rock formations at Santa Fe’s Tent Rocks at Encantado Resort and Spa.

For more information, visit or read the PR Web press release.