Wiki Loves Earth is an international photographic competition organized for several years by Wikimédia. Open to everyone, the aim is to encourage the promotion of natural heritage and protected areas in various countries. Put your camera on!

read the article

“What captured me most about India was the ways in which people, animals and flora have adapted to co-exist in a tightly knit ballet, always seeming to be just on the edge of chaos”.

read the article

The Norwegian artist Andreas Lie invite us in a muted world, where nature merges with animals. Thanks to a skillful work of double-exposure, she subtly gathers in a photo series wild landscapes and creatures which live in. 

read the article

When it’s time to pack our bags to go on an adventure, we still have the feeling to forget an important thing. With this international travel checklist, no reason to leave something at home!

read the article

While the Hiking on the Moon’s photo contest has just ended, we offer you a new chance to win Quechua products. This time, your creativity and imagination will be put to the test!

read the article

Quechua is supporting his heart partner Dawa Sherpa, who saw Nepal, his homeland country, devastated by a terrible earthquake last Saturday. Today, through his association “Parrains & Marraines pour le Népal” he is inviting donations to send staple products to the people living in the isolated villages of the Solukumbu Valley.

read the article

“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.

read the article

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.

read the article

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.

read the article

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.

read the article
By using this site, you agree to the use of cookies that enhance your browsing experience on the site, helping us offer you services and information that you might be interested in, and social network sharing. I agree More details