Winslow has been guiding since 2002, is a certified AMGA Ski Mountaineering Guide, and has taken the AMGA Rock Course and Alpine Course. She has guided worldwide in places like Mongolia, Antarctica, Nepal, Norway, Alaska, the Cascades, and the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. Winslow has made several first ski descents in Antartica and first ascents of several smaller peaks.
Winslow is most passionate about backcountry ski guiding, whether on the Arctic Circle in Svalbard, Norway, on the dramatic peaks of Valdez, Alaska, or near home in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah.
Winslow is an expert at finding the stashes and goods in the Wasatch Mountains. Off the beaten path is an understatement. While others are in the main zones, Winslow knows the spots:
Winslow grew up in Georgia playing all kinds of sports, lettering in 5 varsity sports in every year of high school. She played softball and basketball for two years in college. During her senior year of college, she moved to Utah, where she fell in love with the mountains and a bunch of new activities. This included skiing, mountain biking, backpacking, rock climbing, and mountaineering. Being a pediatrician was her intended path until she began working in a wilderness survival program where she thrived for 8 years.
Looking for the next fun adventure, she began guiding in 2002. Winslow has guided all around the world on peaks like Denali (9X), Aconcagua (2X), Nepal (11X), Mongolia’s highest peak, and Antarctica’s Mt. Vinson, and has skiing to the South Pole (5 seasons).
Bodhi, her son, was born in 2013. Winslow wanted to be around for him and so she followed her dream of helping others and is now a Mindfulness and Health Coach. Interestingly, she has been combining her coaching and guiding ever since. She often has her clients working with her in both capacities.
Visit her coaching website Vibrant Health Evolution.