Becca was born and raised in Alaska, but didn’t really begin backpacking until 2006 when she met her husband, Luke. Now she feels privileged to spend roughly 70 days afield each year hunting and exploring Alaska’s backcountry, be it on foot, or via packraft, cross country skiis or snowmobile. There is something she finds special about living with only what can be packed on her back, and venturing off trail to go where others rarely travel.
An added benefit of successful hunts is full freezers, and Becca enjoys cooking up new recipes with the game meat and fish their adventures yield. When not out enjoying Alaska’s backcountry, Becca works as a registered nurse in cardiac care, and enjoys staying active, sewing, and spending time with family and friends.