For the edition of the last magazine Hiking on the Moon #8 special mountain life, we organized a photo contest “Wildlife in winter”. Quechua teams members met to select the most beautiful image. Discover the results in this article!

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The volcano Tungurahua which means “throat of fire” in the indigenous language Quechua is in eruption. Located in Equator, at 5000 meters of altitude, it created a column of ash of 10 km. A stunning view!

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Claire Droppert makes us discover landscapes where the silence seems to reign. Inspired by the minimalism of the nature and their simple lines, she creates a troubling but strangely relaxing universe!

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Don’t forget our photo competition on the theme of ” Wildlife in winter “. To inspire you, discover the work of Geoffrey GARCEL, naturalistic photographer and mountains’ lover.

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The St. Bernard is the mountain dog par excellence. This huge hound is every bit as powerful as the world with which it’s associated, measuring 80 cm (height at withers) and weighing up to 90 kg. Discover this animal with Renée and Jean-Pierre, breeders of St. Bernards in the Mont-Blanc valley.

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You are loyal to the section ” product test” made by some professionals of mountain in the magazine Hiking on the Moon by Quechua! Today we suggest you , readers and  Quechua customers, to become the tester in the next issue! Discover and test the CLIC !

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In the last magazine Hiking on the Moon by Quechua special Mountain Life , you learnt about professions where you can experience the full joy of the mountains and all they have to offer.  Zoom on Alice Coldefy, police Paramedic with the Chamonix PGHM (High Mountain Military Police Force).

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