Rebecca Jaech (pronounced “Jake”) is a Certified Interpretive Guide and International Tour Director with over a decade of experience. As a child, she spent summers in the mountains of Southern Utah with her uncles and cousins who were farmers and cattlemen. There, Rebecca enjoyed pastoral days and nights on the range, eating canned beans over an open fire, branding, birthing, and rounding up the cattle in the high country above the tree line, or hiding in the red rock canyons. It is no wonder that she is most at home in the national parks and wide-open spaces here in the West.
Rebecca lives with her husband and two gorgeous, but absolutely insane dogs. Mother of three and grandmother of two, she plays a mean game of Scrabble, is a classically trained pianist, and a better-than-average cook. Her charitable interests involve serving on the Board of Directors of the American Baseball Card Museum and the International Association of Tour Directors and Guides (IATDG), of which she is a co-founder.