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  • Ski touring in the Pyrenees: an adventure for the whole family

    A mountain trip is always a great experience to share as a family. Far from civilization and everyday life, and faced with extraordinary challenges, bonds deepen and trust is created. A mountain trip is a great way to plant a seed for the younger members of the family to begin valuing and enjoying nature and … Continue reading "Ski touring in the Pyrenees: an adventure for the whole family" The po...

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  • Unknown Japan: a backcountry skiing experience in Shirakawago

    Five hours away from the modern and bustling city of Tokyo, there’s an ancient village that seems to be frozen in time. This winter, a group of friends went there on a backcountry ski trip in Shirakawago with local JMGA mountain guide Ryuta Asahi. Read about their experience and discover a wild ski destination that is emerging as … Continue reading "Unknown Japan: a backcountry skiing experience i...

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  • Snowshoeing weekend in Les Vosges: a great escape from a busy working life

    Just a few hours’ drive from Luxembourg (and not far from Paris and Brussels), the Vosges mountain range provides a great opportunity to escape your busy working life and disconnect from everyday worries in a true mountain environment. Nothing better than a long walk in the mountains or a ski or snowshoeing day to forget all about … Continue reading "Snowshoeing weekend in Les Vosges: a great esca...

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  • Student Holidays: when mountain guides make them unique!

    A week in the Alps, surrounded by 50 fellow students and with some of the best guides taking you to the coolest and unspoiled spots. It sounds great, doesn’t it? That´s what Kap Azimut, a group of young students who study and live together in Brussels, proposes. We wrote about them before, here and here. … Continue reading "Student Holidays: when mountain guides make them unique!" The post Student...

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  • Backcountry skiing in Hokkaido: when a guide makes all the difference

    Organizing a trip to an unknown destination, far far away, can be a tough job. But things can get a lot better if you contact a mountain guide that takes you to the best spots and goes for that extra mile that turns a trip into an unforgettable local experience. This is exactly what happened … Continue reading "Backcountry skiing in Hokkaido: when a guide makes all the difference" The post Backcou...

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  • Ice climbing in Cogne: one of the best spots to get started!

    Frozen waterfalls open a whole new world of possibilities for winter sports lovers. Discover why Cogne -an ancient Italian village in the Aosta Valley- is considered as one of the best destinations in Europe to learn ice climbing. And read the story of 2 Belgian friends, who went on a 2-day introductory course with Andrea, … Continue reading "Ice climbing in Cogne: one of the best spots to get sta...

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  • Winter in Rishiri: backcountry skiing on a remote Japanese island

    Rishiri is a very small island off the coast of North-West Hokkaido. In fact, it takes just under 1 hour to drive around it by car. Nevertheless, its sole volcano offers countless routes for backcountry skiing and tons of powder snow! From the west shore of Wakkanai, the northernmost city in Japan, you can see … Continue reading "Winter in Rishiri: backcountry skiing on a remote Japanese island" T...

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  • Climbing Aiguille du Tour: Father and son bonding time

    The mountains are a great environment to rediscover and deepen relationships, such as father and son. Guided by Julia, four Belgian parents took each, one of their kids to ascend Aiguille du Tour (3540m), in the Mont Blanc range. The efforts, the views, and the quality time and emotions shared made them go back with … Continue reading "Climbing Aiguille du Tour: Father and son bonding time" The po...

  • Domuyo: Conquering the roof of Patagonia

    Not it’s most famous name, but yes it’s highest point, Domuyo is the tallest mountain in Patagonia. As part of an expedition to cross whole Patagonia from north to south by man power, a group of 4 Koreans, leaded by adventurer Young Ho Nam, headed to Domuyo to start their challenge. We at Explore-Share helped … Continue reading "Domuyo: Conquering the roof of Patagonia" The post Domuyo: Conquering...

  • Kamchatka: a different summer trekking in the Far East

    Those who have had the opportunity to ski in Kamchatka can ensure that it is one of the best ski spots of the world. However, few people know about the wide variety of hiking tours this peninsula offers during the summer months. Therefore, we’d like to share with you the story of Diane, a French woman who lives … Continue reading "Kamchatka: a different summer trekking in the Far East" The post Ka...

  • Hiking in Akan National Park, in Hokkaido: Mt Meakan

    Joe and Jinhee, a couple from the UK, went on a trip to Japan last July. They really enjoyed their time there, and pointed out that the highlight of their stay was a hike up Meakan, in Akan National Park. They went there with Kikuo-san, the mountain guide they contacted through Explore-Share. Read the feedback … Continue reading "Hiking in Akan National Park, in Hokkaido: Mt Meakan" The post Hikin...

  • Giant Mountains: Ski touring in the Czech Republic

    Who said there’s not so much snow in Europe this winter? That might be true for the Alps so far. But there are many other spots, usually off the beaten tracks, that can be the perfect alternative. That’s the case of the Giant Mountains, Krkonoše, in the border between Czech Republic and Poland. Stephen, from … Continue reading "Giant Mountains: Ski touring in the Czech Republic" The post Giant Mou...

  • Packrafting in Minakami, a great adventure near Tokyo

    Only two hours away from the crowded Tokyo, the town of Minakami stands as a highlight destination for outdoor activities all-year-round.   Follow the steps of Ardis, Alice and Jimmy, who went on a 2-day packrafting trip, together with a local mountain guide Hiroko Takatsuki, and discover the exciting possibilities of this mountainous area in … Continue reading "Packrafting in Minakami, a great ad...

  • 5 things to do on your next trip to the mountains of the South of Germany

    On the border between South Germany and Austria, the Garmisch area offers a wide range of activities, from rock climbing to ski touring. Surrounded by a wild unspoiled environment, this all-year-round destination will certainly amaze you. Discover the top 5 programs in this area together with Rudi Muller, a local IFMGA mountain guide, who is … Continue reading "5 things to do on your next trip to ...

  • Climbing in Argentina’s mountain paradise: Cerro Madsen in El Chaltén

    In the south end of Patagonia, El Chaltén is a world-wide renowned destination for mountaineering. After several climbing experiences around the globe, Rusty, an Indian living in the UK, went there with his wife to climb Cerro Madsen. Guided by Sebastián, member of Merlin’s guide team, they made it to the summit. And in Rusty’s … Continue reading "Climbing in Argentina’s mountain paradise: Cerro M...

  • How women are rocking the mountaineering world

    Picture taken by Julia Virat © Mountain sports are usually associated with risk, adventure, physical strength and excelling oneself. For most people, these features seem to be related almost exclusively to men. Nevertheless, many women are challenging this idea and taking their own place in the mountain, either as professionals or amateurs. Despite that, the … Continue reading "How women are rocki...

  • Amazing Kyrgyzstan: a trip off the beaten path with a local mountain guide

    Whether you are an adventurer in search of under-the-radar destinations, or a mountain lover looking for an alternative beyond the classic routes, Kyrgyzstan should definitely be on your bucket list. Impressive mountains and a fascinating culture make this Central Asian country a unique place to discover together with a local mountain guide. This is exactly … Continue reading "Amazing Kyrgyzstan: ...

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  • “I thought climbing any summit was like climbing the Everest or going to Mars”

    When speaking about mountaineering, many people immediately think of extreme adventurers or top athletes, mainly men, hanging on a cliff or battling in the middle of a snow storm. But that’s not always the case. In the past years women are also breaking through in the mountaineering world. Some of them achieving daring challenges, but … Continue reading "“I thought climbing any summit was like cli...

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