It’s hard to believe that it was…

It’s hard to believe that it was…

It’s hard to believe that it was 4 years ago that @pedromcbride, @davidcmorton, and I sat in Rishikesh, India, watching the spectacle of devotion that is Ganga Aarti, and preparing for a 45-day, 1600-mile journey down the most revered and reviled river in the world. Our trip following the Ganges took us from 18,000 feet in the Garhwal Himalaya – some 20 kilometers above Gaumukh on the Gangotri Glacier – through the lower hills, across the steaming and teeming Indo-Gangetic Plains to the Bay of Bengal. Three long years later, our experiences and all we learned came together in a labor of love of a film, Holy (un)Holy River. It’s been screening at a lot of festivals over the past year, and has quite a few more to come in India, Czech Republic, Austria, San Francisco, and more. Check the link in my profile, or go to
https://www.holyunholyriver.com/schedule, to learn more and maybe catch the film near you. #liveyouradventure #gangas2s #gangaaction @natgeo @eddiebauer


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About the Author : Jake NortonClimber, guide, photographer, speaker, founder of www.Challenge21.com, and - most importantly - husband and father.View all posts by Jake Norton

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