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Whether you’re deep in the mountains or just miles from town in your local park, wilderness medicine training can come in handy—and even save a life.
Adam Karst, a NOLS Wilderness First Aid (WFA) graduate from Virginia, was training with a friend for a race at a local park when he noticed his teammate was no longer behind him. As Adam puts it, a scenario that he practiced on his WFA course helped him spring to action.