US Sherpa Brand Ambassadors

We work with many talented athletes who represent our brand and are committed to an adventurous lifestyle in the outdoors and represent our brand's values.

Nima Doma Sherpa

Nima Doma Sherpa is a US Sherpa guide. She became a widow after losing her husband in a climbing accident on Mt. Everest in 2014. Nima Doma and Fur Diki Sherpa, both widows, set out to start the Two Widows Everest Project. They successfully summited Mt. Everest (29,035ft) on May 23, 2019 and became the 1st Nepali Sherpa widows to successfully climb Everest in the world. 

Two Sherpa widows scale Everest and smash stigma | Reuters

The Widows of Everest | 101 East - YouTube

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Beth Richards

Bethy The VT Hiker

The outdoors is my happy place. I love to hike, backpack, cave, kayak and camp! I'm always up for an adventure, from the Mardi Himal Trek in Nepal to backpacking in the Adirondack high peaks... I'm there!

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Pasang Dawa Sherpa 

Pasang Dawa Sherpa is 38 and father to two children. He is originally from Khumjung Village and is a full-time sherpa guide. He has summited Everest six times and his younger brother has also summited Everest several times!

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Derek MacDonald

​Most of my activities recently include running + hiking. I've finished several ultramarathons including the Vermont 100, which was my 1st 100 mile event. I'm working on completing the list of 46, 4000+ ft peaks in the Adirondaks (currently on #39 of 46). I enjoy traveling and have visited 33 countries, and many of our US National parks. I also enjoy gravel biking, back country/alpine skiing and spending time on the water.  

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Jocelyn Smith

My favorite activities include long distance hiking, technical hiking, winter hiking (any form of walking outside really!), kayaking, canoeing, canyoneering, climbing, road trips, photography, reading and writing! So far my favorite accomplishment is my journey climbing Mt. Shasta this summer while on the Pacific Crest Trail. It was one of the hardest 7.5 miles I have ever done and I’ve walked over 4,400 miles in the last two summers. Shasta was not only mentally challenging but physically as well.  It was a journey of pushing my own comfortability and trusting my instincts.

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