Jodi Redfield

    Jodi Redfield

    Guide: Washington

    Jodi was born and raised in rural Montana with the mountains as her backyard. She learned to love wild places and hard work while she learned to ski when it fit in around ranch chores. A continued love of winter and deep snow eventually brought her to guiding and sharing special places with friends and guests. When she’s not skiing or teaching, she can be found with her dog, mapping out the next adventure run or coming up with the next best mountain snack.

    Significant Ascents

    Mount Rainier – Ingraham Direct, Disappointment Cleaver
    Mount Baker – Coleman-Deming, Easton
    Shuksan- Sulfide
    Silver Star Mountain

    Certifications

    Wilderness First Responder / CPR
    Pro 2 Avalanche
    AIARE Course Instructor
    AMGA Ski Guide Course

    ALPINE ASCENTS BLOG

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