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|QUEBEC, AN ADVENURE ON THE WHITE SIDE OF LIFE (64 photos)|
150 miles north of Quebec city, Lake Saint-John is nestling in a mountainous bosky bower. It stretches its waters so far that you could easily presume it is an inland sea. You are mistaken though because it flows into the Saint-Lawrence River through the Saguenay River and Fjord.
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|EXTREME SLIDERS (48 photos)|
Do you know where the highest cliffs in plumb line, of the planet? In the Himalayas? Patagonia? No. It is in the sea, but a frozen sea eight months a year. It is indeed in the Arctic Circle, on the lost Baffin Island, bordering northeastern Canada.
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|UNUSUAL ICE SUMMER (22 photos)|
During the summer in the Alps, some outdoor sports enthusiasts and curious fetch ice underground. Must rappel down a chasm in the heart of the forest Parmelan proud small summit overlooking Annecy, Haute-Savoie, near the famous "Plateau des Glières", one of the center of resistance during the Second World War.
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|RODEO MADE IN BRAZIL ! (75 photos)|
Fiftieth anniversary of the most important rodeo's event in the world ! From far-away rural Brazil, every year almost one million people flock to attend this big celebration of cow-boys and horses.
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|MOTO TRIP ON THE WORLD ROOF (37 photos)|
Crossing the Himalayas with antediluvian bikes (the famous British Royal Enfield 500 of the 50s, now manufactured in Mumbai, India): this is the bet of a few enthusiasts and mountain bike. The raid takes place between July and August (due to the snow) the crews and their machines from Manali English (to 3900 meters) to reach the highest road pass in the world at 5600 m Khardung.
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