Rémy Coste, Quechua’s technical partner since 2012, took part this year again to the Grande Odyssée Savoie Mont Blanc. His passion, his efforts but also the unique communion that exists with my dogs, brought him once again on the podium of this international mushing event.

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Snowfalls are now more and more regular in the Mont-Blanc Valley, so it’s the perfect time to show you the latest timelpase from director Justin Majeczky, dedicated to how the environment reacts to the first snowflakes.

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This weekend, the Hiking on the Moon’s team went to the cinema and was seduced by the movie “Wild”. So, this morning, we wanted to share with you the touching story of Cheryl Strayed, a young woman with a destructive behaviour, who decide to hike alone more than 1000km on the Pacific Crest Trail.

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Many of you read and share the artist portrait of yesterday, dedicated to Jérémy Calvo and his beautiful pictures of wild animals. In the line with this, we go on with the watercolors of the Indonesia-based artist Elicia Edijanto, which show the innate relationships that may exist between kids and the animal kingdom.

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For the artist portrait of the week, we introduce you to a member of the Quechua Team: Jérémy Calvo, a young photographer already talented. Through his lens, he is able to enhance wild animals!

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“There was nowhere to go but everywhere”: it’s with this famous quotation of Jack Kerouac, that the photographer Andy Lee starts his series of photos called “roads”. From his solo trips, he’s back with hypnotic images, sometimes sinister, of the most beautiful roads taken.

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This morning, we invite you to discover the cities of Rishikesh, Haridwar and Devprayag, situated along the Gange. Brandon Li gives a portrayal, both beautiful and sad, of the life on the bank of one of the 7 most sacred rivers of India.

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There are places which, due to cold, seem timeless, fixed by a thick layer of ice. Depending on temperatures and weather conditions, ephemeral artworks appear here and there, offering a fascinating show.

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