Atypical destiny for this passionate of adventure that begins with the bakery and became the youngest “Meilleur Ouvrier de France”, which allows him to travel around the world. Very quickly, he became a popular address for gourmets and opens several institutions in the chic resort of Megève.
But one day, Remy Coste decides to change his life and devote himself fully to a whole new passion: Driving sled dogs. First a mountain, then mountain bike monitor, finally becoming professional musher.
And as Remy Coste never does things by halves, his race team quickly became a benchmark in the category of extreme racing. Entered the big league by winning the “Grande Odyssee Trophy 2012”, he prepares for the challenge of long-distance races.
But Remy Coste is not only a man of competitions. He has a pleasure to share his passion for dog sports and the great outdoors.[hr]
“A raid of three weeks in complete autonomy with my family in northern Canada.
A convoy of 30 dogs, my children of 2, 5, and 7 years, my wife and myself.
We traveled forty miles a day while sleeping successively in teepees, trappers tents, igloos and even under the stars.
What’s most amazing to show his children unspoilt nature. A way of understanding life and the world around us with respect and passion.
Today I see this trip marked the spirit and lifestyle of our family. “[hr]