Eider explorer, Sylvain Mougin is on a jaunt in one of the most beautiful areas of Europe; the island of Madeira. Located in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Morocco, the island of Madeira is of volcanic origin. The Madeira archipelago is an independent area and the capital is Funchal. Renowned for its wine and its embroidery, the island of Madeira is mainly famous for its breathtaking landscapes and its plants.
Member of the Eider team, Marco Tomasello was the guest of the show “Wild Oltrenatura” on the Italian channel “Italia Uno”. For this program, Marco went to the Stromboli volcano in Downhill bike. The Stromboli volcano is one of the most active volcanos of the world, in constant eruption since 2500 years, the Stromboli rises at 2000 meters under the sea. Volcanologist guide, Marco Tomasello is a keen extreme sport notably downhill bike
Eider athlete, Sam Seward gets into, at the beginning of this year, a daring film project: go around the Huayhuash mountain range, in Peru, by bicycle and without self-supports. Gone last January, during the raining season, those three friends’ adventurers, all from Colorado, brought back from this trip, some amazing images at the heart of one of the most beautiful mountain range of the world. A real story of adventure, challenge and friendship.
“Gone in Provence to take advantage of the warmth and the light, our physiology is enjoying smells and softness of south despite the Mistral and horde of tourists. There is calm and voluptuousness. However we are still busy: climbing at Dentelles de Montmirail, a trek at the Alpilles and windsurfing at Beauduc. It is a kind of mini road trip in the local sauce, atmosphere “revitalize yourself” as Cantona said. We are fine…”
Guillaume Harleaux and all the “Japanese Dream” team ended the season with a slow motion episode that recount the better moments of their Japanese trip. From the eccentric Tokyo to Hokkaido Mountains, follow them in the most beautiful spots of Japan. A great picture of Japan that makes you wants to go there!