Christina Harlow

Christina Harlow is excited to jump into teaching wilderness medicine! She spent the first 10 years of adult life as a mountain bike, river, and climbing guide. She has since worked in wilderness therapy and taught undergrad and graduate nursing. Currently she works as a nurse practitioner in a rural Emergency Department to pay the bills and maintain skills but her true love is playing in the woods on a bike, skis, or any other method that gets her there. She dreams of big rocks, cold water, and bonfires. She happily spends most days playing outside and making a lot of homemade stuff with her two daughters and rockin’ husband.

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Wilderness rescue students utilizing skills learned throughout courses.

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