“Antartica” traces the trip of the filmmaker Kalle Ljung. Started from Ushuaia towards the Melchior Islands, he spent 16 days in the white desert of the Antarctica, cut from the rest of the world. Simply astonishing.

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Martijn Doolaard is a Dutch designer and filmmaker, who has recently spent a night at the top of the iconic Preikestolen, this Norwegian rock with a free fall of 600 meters above the Lysefjord. An atypical bivouac in a breathtaking place.

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In the globe trotting backpack family, let us introduce the all new Arpenaz 10. An innovative and a well thought out product resulting from a technical prowess that Philippe Daguillon, our product designer, is going to explain.

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Glaciers seem to be immutable, frozen in their eternal snowy. But don’t believe any of that, these ice giants are continually moving, slowly but surely. With Luc Moreau, glaciologist and associate member of the CNRS Edytem laboratory, explore their bluish depths and discover how they work.

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Right now, the town of Carbondale, in Colorado, is hosting the new edition of the 5Point Film Festival, a great event full of short-documentary that is going to inspire you, awakens your desire for adventure and makes you living your passion.

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Do you know the kingdom of Navarre, whose history goes largely over the borders of Spain? Through a timelapse, the photographer Iñaki Tejerina highlights this land of diversity and traditions.

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While observing the outdoor landscapes, the Ukrainian designer Anna Marinenko has realized that it exists an obvious link between nature and music. So, she composed a series of graphic where the numerical universe perfectly merge with natural vistas.

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You haven’t chosen yet the destination of your summer holidays and you’re looking for a good balance between sea and mountains to enjoy many outdoor activities? Look towards Croatia, you won’t be disappointed!

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It’s still time to win a night in an igloo and a lot of Quechua products, by joining the photo contest of the 10th issue of Hiking on the Moon. Even if the snow is strating to melt, we’re pretty sure you have a picture of a snowman in your holiday archives.  

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