2012 Leads "Everest Education Expedition" with National Geographic, The North Face, Montana State University and Mayo Clinic - 3rd summit, this time without oxygen. With Cory Richards, Sam Elias, Kris Erickson, Emily Harrington, Philip Henderson, Mark Jenkins, David Lageson Phd, Hilaree O'Neill. Mayo Team - Dr. Bruce Johnson, Landon Bassett, Derek Campbell, Amine Issa. Base Camp Support Andy Bardon, Travis Courthouts, Anjin Herndon, Max Lowe. Reference Potts, Maryanne. "Beyond The Edge".</ref>
Anker, Conrad (1988). "Gumbies on Gurney". American Alpine Journal (NYC, NY, USA: American Alpine Club) 30 (62): 69–75. ISBN0-930410-33-5.
Anker, Conrad (1990). "Hunter's Northwest Face". American Alpine Journal (NYC, NY, USA: American Alpine Club) 42 (64): 36–38. ISBN0-930410-43-2.
Anker, Conrad (1998). "With You in Spirit". American Alpine Journal (Golden, CO, USA: American Alpine Club) 40 (72): 140–145. ISBN0-930410-78-5.
Anker, Conrad; David Roberts (2001 (original 1999)). The Lost Explorer: Finding Mallory on Mt. Everest. New York, NY, USA: Simon and Schuster / Touchstone. ISBN0-684-87151-3.Cite uses deprecated parameters (help);Check date values in: |date= (help)
Light of the Himalaya (2006) is a 9 time Award-winning documentary film by Michael Brown, produced by David D'Angelo in collaboration with Rush HD and The North Face. At the heart the most formidable mountain range on earth lives a gracious people who suffer from the highest rates of cataract blindness on the planet. The North Face athlete team joins eye surgeons from Nepal and America in hopes of making a difference. This spectacular film follows the doctors' work on the Himalayan Cataract Project all the way to the summit of a 21,000-foot Himalayan giant.
The Endless Knot (2007), directed by Michael Brown and produced by David D'Angelo, is an HDTV documentary film with The North Face and Rush HD. In October 1999 best friends Alex Lowe and Conrad Anker were overcome by an avalanche in the Tibetan Himalaya. Conrad barely survived the avalanche and soon began to suffer from Survivor's Guilt. In the months following the tragedy, Conrad and Alex's widow, Jennifer tried to comfort each other and unexpectedly found love. Now their bond is tested as Alex's three boys try to accept Conrad as a father. Alex's death was but one of many tragedies that unfold when families lose loved ones in the mountains. The celebrated high altitude Sherpa families suffer this same fate. In honor of Alex's legacy Jennifer and Conrad seek meaning beyond tragedy with a mountaineering school for Sherpas and high altitude workers.
The Wildest Dream (2010), IMAX, directed by Anthony Geffen, Altitude Films, US distribution, National Geographic Entertainment releasing.