Liz King started exploring the backcountry on skis while in school at the University of Montana. Since graduating most winters have revolved around snow and Liz has worked as ski patroller, guide, avalanche educator, and NOLS winter instructor. She is currently the Preventative Search & Rescue Manager for the Teton County SAR Foundation in Jackson, WY. In her time off, Liz can be found at home in Victor, ID with her husband or out exploring on horseback, a mountain bike, or skis.
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