GEX-EV-1035: Gazing up the sweeping cornices and rock steps of Everest's Northeast Ridge from Mushroom Rock at 28,300 feet. Lhotse rises behind and left. Photo by Jake Norton.

New Everest Images now Online

Everest season is fully upon us, with great reporting trickling in through top sources like Alan Arnette and others.

There’s a lot going on this year, with a feature film of “Into Thin Air” being shot (with help from my colleagues Kent Harvey, David Morton, Guy Cotter, and others); Joby Ogwen is planning to fly from the summit in a wingsuit; Steve Obbayi and Toilet Hackers are climbing the mountain to raise money for global sanitation; and much more. As always, it will be an exciting time!

Over the years, I’ve shot tens of thousands of photos (and hours of video footage) on my 7 Everest expeditions, most of which have not made it off my hard drives and into the public eye. But, I just did a big edit, and pulled out a number of my top images and favorite shots from these expeditions – from our 1999 Mallory & Irvine Research Expedition to the 2003 Global Extremes reality TV show to my 2012 attempt on the West Ridge with David Morton, Charley Mace, and Brent Bishop.

There are a lot of fun images in here, and I’ll be adding more in the weeks to come. Take a look using the slideshow below, or just click straight through to the main gallery. And, I’ve added some more panoramas in my Gigapan portfolio as well.

Everest – Images by Jake Norton

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  1. Colin Wallace
    Colin WallaceApril 9,14

    Stunning photographs Jake! Looking forward in seeing more.


    • Jake Norton
      Jake NortonApril 9,14

      Thanks, Colin – glad you enjoyed them, and, yes, more will be added soon!

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