Book Rebecca to speak at your next retreat or conference. 

Hi, I’m Rebecca 👋🏼.

I help women explore the backcountry with confidence.

I'm a former elite cross-country ski racer and biathlete. An Army Veteran. A ski instructor and hiking guide. A breast cancer survivor and a small business owner.

I'm sharing my story with audiences around the globe as a presenter and keynote speaker.

 

 Presentation Topic Ideas

A Seat At The Table

Rebecca brings her experience as a former Army officer, professional ski instructor, outdoor guide, and ski shop owner to talk about what women can do to pull up a seat the table and thrive in traditionally male-dominated professions.

Picking Up The Pieces

When a breast cancer diagnosis left Rebecca struggling with depression she turned inward, transformed her life, and found the strength to keep going. Her message is for anyone seeking to recover from a crisis. 

The Power Of Small

As a small business owner, Rebecca is in the trenches every day as an outdoor retailer and ski shop owner. In this presentation, she shares why small businesses have a huge advantage against their competition and how to leverage it. 

Is there a topic that you're interested in that isn't listed? Just let us know! 

How To Book Rebecca

 

Contact

Send an email to Rebecca's media team at [email protected]

Follow Up

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Rebecca In the Media

About Rebecca

 

Rebecca Walsh is a former Army officer, retired elite cross-country ski racer and biathlete, and the founder of Hike Like A Woman. She also owns Lone Moose Ski Shop in Laramie, Wyoming.

With her extensive background in outdoor education, Rebecca is a guide, professional Nordic ski instructor, and most recently, a breast cancer survivor.

But what really drives her is her passion for helping women break down barriers and explore the outdoors with confidence. She's particularly passionate about helping fellow women Veterans like herself find solace in nature.

In addition to spreading breast cancer awareness and supporting other survivors, Rebecca is an entrepreneur who believes in empowering women to succeed in traditionally male-dominated fields. Her message of grit and optimism is something she loves to share by speaking at events and retreats, leading workshops, and guiding trips.

If you're looking for a dynamic and inspiring speaker for your next event contact her at team at [email protected]

 

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Hey there! Let me share the story of how Hike Like A Woman came to be. It all started back in 2014 when I had a new baby and a toddler, and was eager to take my young children out on adventures. However, I couldn't find any useful resources on how to hike, camp, ski, snowshoe, and explore with my little ones. Despite the abundance of parenting books available in bookstores, I couldn't find anything that catered to adventurous families like mine.

That's when I decided to take matters into my own hands and started Hike Like A Woman. My goal was to share what I was learning with my own children with other like-minded parents. I even started a local hiking group, the Little Laramie Hikers, to meet other moms who were as passionate about the outdoors as I was.

Over the years, Hike Like A Woman grew into something much bigger than I could have ever imagined. From ambassador blog contributors to volunteer hiking group leaders, online classes, challenges, workshops, merchandise sales, a podcast, a digital magazine, and an adventure book club, our community flourished in 2016, 2017, and 2018.

But as much as I loved Hike Like A Woman, it became too difficult to juggle my career as an outdoor retailer, guide, and ski instructor. After a few rocky years of trying to manage everything, I eventually had to step away. However, our community continued to thrive even when I wasn't actively running it. But, after a breast cancer diagnosis, I was overwhelmed with support, love and encouragement from our Hike Like A Woman community. I realized that I needed to take Hike Like A Woman to our roots - focusing on community.

Nowadays, Hike Like A Woman has two main objectives: providing outdoor education and adventure travel for outdoorsy women. 

Here's to hiking adventures, big and small.

~Rebecca