While tracing the Ganges on a clean water mission from source to sea, David Morton experiences the ritual and visual feast of Ganga aarti.
David Morton and Jake Norton find challenging conditions on Chukhamba IV but also discover the spiritual source of the Ganges in India.
David Morton provides a first-person perspective on the mountain state of the spiritual source of the Ganges, Chaukhamba IV and their mission to climb to its summit.
Eddie Bauer guides Jake Norton and David Morton, along with adventure filmmaker Pete McBride, as they travel through India from the source of the Ganges River on the Gangotri Glacier to its outlet in the world’s largest delta at the Bay of Bengal.
Eddie Bauer guides Jake Norton and David Morton set out on an expedition to Chaukhamba IV, an unclimbed 7,000-meter peak in India at the head of the Gangotri Glacier with a clean water mission to follow the Ganges from its source to the sea.
Tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of Tom Hornbein and Willi Unsoeld’s bold and visionary first ascent of the West Ridge of Mt. Everest, which has been called the greatest Himalayan climb in American mountaineering history.
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.