What impressive and captivating is to watch a storm! Besides, we both would like to capture this crazy moment. Unfortunatly, it’s not that easy to photograph the tantrom of mother nature! To help you to make beautiful pictures, here are some tips from the Hiking on the Moon team. To begin, you need to find […]

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Pierre Ancel, our artist of the week, has something in common with Quechua and Hiking on the Moon since he is borned in the heart of the mountains and grew up at the foot of the Mont-Blanc! This young amateur photographer is fascinated by photography since his childhood. With a grandfather photographer, he quickly get […]

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The autumn is just coming and your desire to enjoy winter sports is more and more present, but unfortunately snow is definitely absent. So discover the whole story of Cyprien Bichet, photographer and lover of mountains, who shares with you his passion for climbing.

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New Zealand is made up of two islands, the Northern “smoking” island, so called because of its volcanoes, and the JadeIsland in the South, with its numerous snow-capped mountains contrasting with the greener valley floors.

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The mountain trail’s philosophy comprises to challenge yourself while being in communion with nature. Let’s go to soak up by this thanks to Luis Peña’s latest production.

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Let’s go to Lebanon this morning to discover the Baatara waterfall ! Also called the three bridge chasm, the chasm is about 250m deep and made of 160-million-year-old limestone from the Jurassic period. You can see two natural bridges around one third of the total height and the other one on two thirds of it. […]

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