Author Archive for: ‘Jake Norton’

Lessons on Leadership & Teamwork from 700m Below Ground

The mountains have taught me a great deal about leadership and teamwork over the years. It seems that often the …

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Australis: An Antarctic Ski Odyssey at CMC’s Backcountry Bash!

My friend Chris Davenport and his crew have just released their new film, Australis: An Antarctic Ski Odyssey.  From the …

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Stangl Faked K2 Ascent: What Are We Climbing For?

News just came out this morning that Austrian speed climber Christian Stangl faked  his August 12 summit of K2. His was …

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Climb like Hillary – or Mallory, or Noyce, or Tenzing

Or at least look like them when you're on the streets of Manhattan. Back in September, 2009, I wrote about …

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The First Adventure Photographer: Vittorio Sella

Highest peak of the Rouies as seen from the Chardon Glacier, August 3, 1888 When I was a kid, I …

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Sunset panorama of Everest's Northeast Ridge from Camp VI at 27,300 feet. Visible are the First, Second, and Third Steps as well as the Summit Pyramid. © Jake Norton/MountainWorld Productions. All Rights Reserved.

Lost Panoramas of Everest’s Northeast Ridge

Several years ago, I made a couple of posts with interactive panoramas of Everest’s Northeast Ridge. One, of the shot …

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Did extreme weather help in Mallory & Irvine’s desappearance?

George Mallory & Andrew Irvine have been in the news quite a bit lately, from Conrad Anker's new film The …

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Jake Norton’s Adventures on Snow.com

Just recently, I started writing some content for Vail Resorts and their mountain social media website buzz.snow.com. Last week's trip …

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Thursday Thought: Passion in Life

My wife and I often talk about how fortunate we feel to have careers that are built upon our passions. …

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Humility: The Name of the Game

 Back in February, I wrote a Thursday Thought about ego…and the need to not have one in life. In it …

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