Author Archive for: ‘Jake Norton’

Thursday Thought: No Child Left Inside

Kick the can. Climbing trees. Falling in ponds and catching frogs. Climbing rocks and skinning knees. Brushing it all off …

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Outside in Aspen – a participatory adventure weekend

This coming weekend, June 11-13, 2010, I'll be joining a handful of other professional athletes for a few days of …

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Thursday Thought: A Commencement Inspiration for The Bosque School

 I was honored beyond words that the students of The Bosque School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, not only remembered by …

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What Really Happened to Mallory & Irvine, Part III

Now we’re in descent mode. I already covered in Part I and Part II what I think happened on the …

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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.

What Really Happened to George Mallory & Andrew Irvine? Part II

After reading Part I of this story, we’re all essentially on the same page with what we know about the …

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The 1924 Everest expedition. Back row, left to right: Andrew Irvine, George Mallory, Edward Norton, Noel Odell, and John Macdonald. Front row: Edward Shebbeare, Geoffrey Bruce, Howard Somervell, and Bentley Beetham.

What Really Happened to George Mallory & Andrew Irvine?

This is Part I of a 3-part blog post on the mystery of George Mallory and Andrew Irvine. Please be …

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In Memoriam: Roe Duke Watson, 1915-2010: A Quiet Legend is Lost

I wish I knew him better. I wish I had spent more time with him, hearing his stories and gathering …

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Andrew Irvine Action Figure

Some friends just made me aware of this – an Andrew Irvine action figure.  I've got to admit, I never …

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Thursday Thought: Climbing, Kids, & The Mountaineer’s Will

I'm often asked if having children – I now have two – has changed my climbing in any way. And, …

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Thursday Thought: Dan Pink on Autonomy & 21st Century Business

It was cold, brutally cold. The kind of cold that one only seems to find in the depth of February …

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