Becky Lomax was three years old when her parents took her to stay with friends in Glacier. After that, she was hooked--the park lured her back again and again. During college, Becky worked two summers in the Glacier Park Lodge kitchen, sitting in the walk-in cooler on hot days to peel carrots. Her wages were converted promptly to backpacking gear, including boots that tread more than 300 miles of the park's paths that first summer. After working as a high school English teacher for many years outside Seattle, Becky decided to return to the park she loved so much. She and her husband moved to the town adjacent to Glacier, where she worked for a decade as a hiking and backpacking guide, leading many first-time Glacier visitors to her favorite haunts--Gunsight Pass, Fifty Mountain, and Cosley Lake. She also served on staff at Granite Park Chalet, reveling in seeing wolverines and bagging the peaks nearby in her free time. Currently, Becky works as the western editor for OnTheSnow.com, reporting on the news for ski resorts. She writes frequently for regional newspapers and magazines as well, and has published stories in national travel magazines, including Smithsonian and Backpacker. Becky lives with her husband in Whitefish, Montana.