Let’s Bring Jim Home



Our friend and professional photographer Jim Harris suffered spinal and cranial trauma from an accident while preparing for a Trans-Patagonia expedition in Punta Arenas, Chile. He is in serious condition but stable.  Jim’s expedition partners have remained by his side .  A medical evacuation will take place in the coming days to bring Jim home to the states for surgery and rehabilitation.

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The donations made will be put directly towards Jim’s medical costs: first and foremost his surgery and rehabilitation.  (We will update when we know more.)

Let’s bring Jim home and get him the best care possible so he can return to the mountains he loves so dearly.

For those that do not know Jim: After instructing wilderness mountaineering courses for seven years, Jim was hired for a photo shoot in 2011. Since then, he’s written about and photographed expeditions for National Geographic, Powder, Backpacker, Men’s Journal, and others. He’s found a niche shooting Type II Fun and wilderness trips in places like Mongolia, Bolivia, and Antarctica but loves tromping around his home mountains in Utah.

Community Love: 
“One of the nicest and most caring people I’ve ever had the opportunity to adventure with.” – Nick C.

“My Instagram will be downright intolerable without your pictures and stories.” -Justin S.

“Jim is one of my idols and a really amazing, positive, friendly all around good dude.” – Andrew M.

“The ultimate badass Jim Harris…your strength and determination is unmatched.” – Kalen T.

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