Hi, I'm Becky. I thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2017 and write for The Trek because my friends and family are tired of hearing me talk about it. In 2019 I'll be attempting a southbound thru-hike of the PCT because I don't know how to stop.
Yeah. It all blows. My heart hurts for the hikers who have had to scrap long dreamed of hikes and my brain is still grappling with the fact I’m one
This blog took forever to finish because I put a lot of undue pressure on myself to write profound and wise things I'd learned about hiking and
I couldn't think of how to intro this retroactive recap blog, so I read through some old blogs to see how I had been doing it. Turns out, I started
If I had to describe my PCT experience in one word, I'd probably say humbling. I wouldn't say I went in overly cocky or arrogant, but I certainly
I'm not sure what it is about thru-hiking that makes me feel so compelled to word vomit all my experiences on the internet. In all other aspects of
I experience the ups and downs of Oregon.
I took a lot of pride in how consistently and diligently I blogged on the AT. It's really not easy to find the time to sit in front of your phone
I'm off to a solid but wet start.
It’s summer on the Appalachian Trail and Instagram abounds with thru-hikers blessing our feeds with the good stuff. Welcome back to our weekly
It's approaching summer on the Appalachian Trail and Instagram abounds with thru-hikers blessing our feeds with the good stuff. Welcome back to our