Category Archive for: ‘American Mountaineering Museum’

John Evans journailing in Antarctica.

Legendary Climbs of John Evans Now Available

“You should come up to Evergreen and have dinner with my brother, John, sometime. He’s done some big climbs over …

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Harvey Carter's First Ascent Records at the American Alpine Club Library

Harvey T. Carter’s climbing archive

When I first met him, I was pretty sure he was just a random drunk wandering around the Garden of …

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Antarctica Panorama by Jake Norton.

Massive Panorama from Antarctica’s Vinson Massif

Going through the archives again, I came upon this panorama I shot in 2011 on the Branscomb Glacier in Antarctica. …

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Panorama of Mount Everest from Pumori Camp 1, Nepal, 2012. The image shows Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and the surrounding peaks, including those far down valley. © Jake Norton / MountainWorld Productions.

Mount Everest Gigapan Image from Pumori

I’ve been going through the archives a bit here recently, and was looking again at some of my gigapan panorama …

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Legends of American Mountaineering to be Honored

Our second annual Hall of Mountaineering Excellence gala and award ceremony for the American Mountaineering Museum is coming up fast, …

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Don’t Miss These Cool Events at the American Mountaineering Center!

Mark your calendars for two great events at the American Mountaineering Center inGolden, Colorado, happening next week.  On November 16, …

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A Roving Genius of Mind & Mountains: Bradford Washburn, the Man Behind the Lens

While perhaps not as well known as some of his contemporaries from the famed Harvard 5, Bradford Washburn had a climbing …

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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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Charlie Houston, Yvon Chouinard, Bob Bates, Bob Craig, Ed Viesturs, and more!

Save the date for a night of mountaineering lore on April 10, 2010, as we celebrate  the accomplishments of four …

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Thursday Thought: Ego and Thoughts on the Top

I don't know who said it…Perhaps I did. But, regardless, I try to live by it: Life is too short …

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