Category Archive for: ‘Travel’

Bhagirathi Peaks from Sundarvan Basecamp, Gangotri Glacier, Garhwal Himalaya, India. Photo © Jake Norton.

Following the Ganges from Source to Sea

My first piece written for Matador Network, the web’s largest travel magazine, featuring travel writing, photography, and film. Much more …

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Jake Norton and Pete McBride testing the upper reaches of the Ganges River near the base of the spectacular peak named Shivling. Photo © David Morton.

Ganga: Revered and Reviled by David Morton

David Morton, my partner along with Pete McBride on the #GangaS2S Expedition this autumn, wrote a great post on the …

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Traffic Flows through India

Now live on the Eddie Bauer “Live Your Adventure” blog is a post I wrote on the chaos – and …

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Introducing Challenge21: 21 Peaks, 7 Continents, 3 Years…Water For People

As a climber and photographer for some 20 years, I've had the opportunity to climb on many of the world's …

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A Russian Ilyushin jet sits on the ice runway in Antarctica.

Away to Antarctica

It’s been a blitz of a holiday season, and I’m amazed at how the time has flown by. The last …

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Ararat & Eastern Turkey After 17 Years

It was 1993, and I had been on the road a long time. After 5 ½ months of studying in …

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Thursday Thought: On Time in Kathmandu

It's that time of year again…in the next few weeks, tens of thousands of people – climbers, trekkers, and tourists …

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Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival

Most of us, understandably, think of Nepal as a place where films are shot, not really where films are watched. …

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Secrets of Shangri La

Cave complex in Upper Mustang, Nepal. He looked like Indiana Jones…really. And, it was probably intentional, a modern-day archaeologist/anthropologist of …

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Thursday Thought: Get Travelin’ – October 15, 2009

  I’ve always loved to travel…Visiting foreign lands, experiencing new cultures and worldviews, religions and politics, never ceases to expand …

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