It’s still time to take part to the Hiking on the Moon photo contest to win a night for 2 persons in the French Alpes, in the Alpes Bivouac‘s igloos and a lot of Quechua products! And to celebrate the 10th issus of the magazine, there will be not one, but three winners. So don’t waste […]

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When we talk about snow and ice, we very often imagine large areas covered in a white mantle, towering icebergs or a quiet, snow filled forest. We don’t necessarily think about the majestic works of art made by ice or snow sculptors in the four corners of the world. That’s why, Hiking on the Moon […]

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Did you ever try to blow soap bubbles in the frigid temperature? This is what the American photographer Angela Kelly tried! The result is unexpected and worthy of a work of craftsmanship!

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To celebrate the 10th issue of your Hiking on the Moon magazine, we stay on the ice thematic with this cristal fortress built in the New Hampshire, in the United States. Follow us for a guided visit!

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What about following us for a nice walk in the woods? The Hiking on the Moon’s team found a beautiful series of photos of forests located all around the world, perfectly showing  the different atmospheres which reign in these wild havens.

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