Christina McGuire

Christina Shepherd McGuire
Camrin Dengel Photography

Lives In

Tetonia, Idaho


  • University of New Hampshire


  • Adventure travel, Family travel, Food

Christina lives in Teton Valley, Idaho, on the western side of the Teton Mountain Range and within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. As the managing editor for two regional publications in the Jackson Hole, Wyoming area and as a former sales professional in the ski and snowboard industry, Christina educates readers about adventure travel.



Living among one of the most remarkable landscapes in the world, Christina Shepherd McGuire considers herself an expert in adventure travel, specifically as it relates to skiing, snowboarding, backpacking, surfing, and mountain biking. She has also traveled the globe, working for a Swiss-owned snowboard company for 10 years, and has ridden her snowboard at a collection of premier destination resorts. Christina takes annual surf trips with her family, focusing on watersports, fishing, and immersing herself in the local culture and food. A New England native and Rocky Mountain transplant, Christina has traveled up and down the East and West Coasts of the United States, across Europe, and throughout Mexico and Central America. Christina plans adventure lifestyle content, as an editor for Teton Family Magazine. She also plans and writes content pertaining to destination wedding travel for Grand Wedding magazine.


Christina received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature at the University of New Hampshire in 1994, with a specific emphasis on poetry.

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