Yes it is wool, but designed for hiking. And this is not just any kind of wool. Merinos wool is naturally technical, so fine that it does not itch. Forget all your preconceptions about wool and discover this latest winter trend.

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Want a unique experience? Build your own igloo. With this video, follow the steps to build your shelter in blocks of ice! An excellent tutorial offered by crews Transa Backpapers AG with music by Al-Berto & the Fried Bikinis – Above the Fog.

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Want to test your limits while serving medicine? The IFREMMONT currently looking for volunteers over 18 years old to participate in a study of acute mountain sickness at the Aiguille du Midi (3842m) in 2012. 


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The 15th of January, discover the backcountry skiing. This event, free and open to all, is entirely dedicated to the backcountry… On this occasion, you will find cross-country skiing, all day from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm, at Méaudre (Vercors), Névache (Hautes-Alpes) and La Pesse & Montlebon (Jura).

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La Grande Odyssée Savoie Mont Blanc is one of the few playgrounds where mushers can enjoy the beauty that is found in this snow capped mountain paradise. It also the story of a dream. The dream of a great adventure that would cross the Alpine peaks while the standard of the sleddog sport for decades, […]

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CHORUS : The Movie + Making Of  Chorus is not a film about sporting performances, but the story of a journey made by friends, passionate about sport, during three weeks in a destination unknown to them: Chile.

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The DAL BHAT Anyone who has gallivanted in this region of the Himalayas will have fond memories of this traditional emblematic Nepalese dish. 

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They are young and beautiful, and have decided to spend a few weeks on a sailing boat at the ends of the earth with the Young Explorers’ Program.

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STAGE 1 : Between Kanchenjunga and Makalu: the hills of Nepal. How about it? This is the auspicious start of the “Zam Zam” saga (which means “let’s go” in Nepalese), an expedition to meet a dozen ethnic groups after many editions of Hiking on the Moon.

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It all started this year on 29th July in the editorial of a free daily Dutch paper ‘De Pers’, written by Thijs Zonneyeld, an ex semi-professional cyclist who voiced his despair about his “boring, flat” natal country…

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