Jake Norton

Jake Norton

MountainWorld Productions

Challenging People. Inspiring Change.

Award-winning filmmaker, photographer, and professional climber Jake Norton will motivate your team to reach their ultimate personal and professional summits, and inspire them to look beyond the summit and find meaning in all they do.

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from Evergreen, CO

For more information about booking Jake Norton, visit
http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/JakeNorton

Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Jake Norton
Jake Norton - Motivational Speaker

MountainWorld Productions

Challenging People. Inspiring Change.

Award-winning filmmaker, photographer, and professional climber Jake Norton will motivate your team to reach their ultimate personal and professional summits, and inspire them to look beyond the summit and find meaning in all they do.

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from Evergreen, CO

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association
Jake Norton - Motivational Speaker

Jake Norton

MountainWorld Productions

Challenging People. Inspiring Change.

Award-winning filmmaker, photographer, and professional climber Jake Norton will motivate your team to reach their ultimate personal and professional summits, and inspire them to look beyond the summit and find meaning in all they do.

Fee Range: $7,500 - $10,000
Travels from: Evergreen, CO

Affiliations:
  • The National Speakers Association

For more information about booking Jake Norton,
Visit http://www.speakermatch.com/profile/JakeNorton/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

Good night, Lost Creek Wilderness. Great to…

Good night, Lost Creek Wilderness. Great to be here in your beauty with my family. #thankful #liveyouradventure #lostcreekwilderness #lcw The post Good night, Lost Creek Wilderness. Great to… appeared first on MountainWorld Productions. ...

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A decade ago, I was gazing upon…

A decade ago, I was gazing upon this view of #Gurla #Mandhata - aka Naimona'nyi or Memo Nani - from Camp 1 on the mountain. The highest peak in the Nalakankar Himal of western Nepal and Tibet, Gurla rises some 9,000 feet from the plateau below to its summit at 7,694 meters (25,243 feet), making it the 6th most prominent peak in Tibet and the world's 34th highest. Despite it's beauty, altitude, and relatively easy climbing (via the standard route up the Chaglung'mlungha Glacier, seen here), the peak is rarely climbed. It was first attempted in 1905 by Tom Longstaff (after he made the first reconnaissance of Trisul in India), but he and his team were turned back at roughly 7,000 meters. The peak didn't see a full ascent until a joint Chine...

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Whether it’s saving lives through her work…

Whether it's saving lives through her work in global water and sanitation, changing lives through education in Guatemala and now with Evergreen Country Day School, or simply making everyone laugh hysterically while riding a kids ride at a playground in Edinburgh, Scotland, @wendebvalentine never ceases to amaze, inspire, and delight me. Happy Anniversary, Love! Can't believe it's now been 13 years around the sun since our wedding... Here's to many, many more! #liveyouradventure The post Whether it’s saving lives through her work… appeared first on

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A full moon rises over a serrated…

A full moon rises over a serrated spur of #Swachhand, high on the #Gangotri Glacier in the Garhwal Himalaya, India. As the source of the Bhagirathi River - which in turn is the source of the Ganges - the Gangotri and its snows are critical to the overall health of the Ganges River. Sadly, though, the Gangotri is retreating fast; up to 50+ meters per year. In 2013, when @pedromcbride and @davidcmorton and I were at the very head of the Gangotri, we saw the first waters of the Ganges flowing on the surface of the glacier at some 18,000 feet below the imposing wall of Chaukhamba - not something that should be happening that high on the Gangotri. This and more is part of our film, Holy (un)Holy River, soon to be playing near you - stay tuned...

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The #Ganges River is one of the…

The #Ganges River is one of the most complex and troubled waterways in the world, physical lifeblood to 500 million people who live on its banks, and spiritual anchor to nearly 1 billion Hindus who revere it as an incarnation of the goddess Maa Ganga, or Mother Ganges. From profound reverence to horrific pollution, rare freshwater dolphins (Susu) to Bengal tigers to mysterious bacteriophages, pristine wildness to overwhelming development, the river has it all and then some. @pedromcbride and I followed the river from source to sea (with @davidcmorton), and our film, Holy (Un)Holy River, tells the river's story. Thrilled to have it screen tonight in #Aspen, #Colorado, as part of @mountainfilm on Tour. | In this photo, a lone fishing...

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My final view of Baliyo Euta (“Strong…

My final view of Baliyo Euta ("Strong One") before he was transported to Jomsom, we hoped for treatment and survival. Sadly, this was not the case: he was indeed transported to Jomsom, did well for 24 hours, and then died and was immediately cremated. What happened to this beautiful, strong snow leopard, one of only a handful in the Chuksang VDC of Nepal? We may never know the full story. But, what is certain is that these majestic animals are increasingly threatened, human-animal conflicts are on the rise, and better education and protection of livestock is critical to their future. Support for organizations like @snowleopardtrust and #snowleopardconservancy is a great step. #liveyouradventure #nepaliloveyou The post

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Difference. The world is full of it….

Difference. The world is full of it. Racial, religious, linguistic, political. That difference, and the inherent challenges of communication it engenders, can easily divide. But, it can also unite. If we take the time and effort to not place value on the difference, to not label it better or worse simply because it's different, but instead see beyond the superficial we more often than not glimpse the universal truth and reality that, in general, people are people. Black or white or brown, Christian, Muslim, Hindu, or Buddhist, left, right, or center, most people everywhere want the same things: peace today, health today, and a better tomorrow for their children and grandchildren. For me, this is one of the greatest challenges and most p...

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A bit more of the #Maine stars…

A bit more of the #Maine stars the other night, this time in #timelapse. #liveyouradventure The post A bit more of the #Maine stars… appeared first on MountainWorld Productions. ...

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Not a bad evening on the #Maine…

Not a bad evening on the #Maine coast for a glimpse of the Milky Way. I spent a lot of time here as a kid in the '70's, and great now to be able to share the magic with a new generation. From lobstah to tide pools, seaweed collection to kick the can, skeeter bites, and cold water, the kids are reveling in all aspects of summer here. #liveyouradventure The post Not a bad evening on the #Maine… appeared first on MountainWorld Productions. ...

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Coming out of the peace and isolation…

Coming out of the peace and isolation of the mountains is never easy, and especially this time around. I emerged from the simple tranquility of #Samdzong 4 days ago - a place where life is hard, certainly, but profoundly simple, where the nonsensical forces of war and bigotry, violence and hatred and greed and power are somehow muted by the base reality of existence and the fundamental need to do so. I came from that into the world of 24 hour news cycles, political vitriol of an adolescent ilk, reports of human depravity beyond imagination let alone comprehension, floods and famines and finances. Real, true, and important, for certain, but always reminds me of the solace I find in the mountains and part of what draws me back time and aga...

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