David Morton, a six-time Everest summiter who attempted the daunting West Ridge route in 2012, sums up his Everest experience in 50 words or less.
David Morton guides us on a journey to Mongolia, where he immersed himself in an ancient nomadic culture that tied back to the 13th century empire of Genghis Khan as he trekked trekking through the open country of the high steppe to climb Mt. Khuiten and Mt. Nairandal.
After 20 seasons climbing in the Everest region, David Morton and his wife Kristine pack the favorite toys, brave toddler jet lag in Kathmandu, and introduce their son to both the grandeur of the Himalaya and Morton’s mountain friends.