Photo Sale Will Benefit Sherpas

Iconic images go for $100

Some of the prints available. Clockwise from bottom left: Aaron Huey, Cory Richards, Andy Bardon, Aaron Huey, Pete Mcbride, Grayson Schaffer

The deadly avalanche that killed 16 Sherpas on April 18 has left the climbing community devastated. Now, in an effort to help, a group of the world’s best photographers have come together for a weeklong print sale to raise money for the Sherpa community. 

Led by Outside’s Grayson Schaffer and National Geographic’s Aaron Huey, the sale features powerful images from Jimmy Chin, James Balog, Cory Richards, Renan Ozturk, Teru Kuwayama, Pete McBride, Gordon Wiltsie, Andy Bardon, Robb Kendrick, and Max Lowe.

Each image is on sale for $100 through the project’s website. All of the profits will be distributed by the Alex Lowe Charitable Foundation, which has worked with Sherpa climbers in the Khumbu region since 2003. 

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