Becca Droz, Lead Rock Tech
Becca’s enthusiasm for sharing her love of rock climbing is contagious. Her dedication to personal growth and community connection bring a unique and valuable flavor to her technical skills and practice-based climbing courses. Becca has been climbing rocks for over a decade and has developed a well rounded expertise in bouldering, sport climbing, traditional climbing and multi-pitch climbing. Becca has instructed, guided, and facilitated climbing in groups of all women in gyms, at climbing festivals and with Women’s Wilderness since 2015.
Becca’s Climbing History:
A friend introduced Becca to bouldering in 2009 when she was a student in Boulder, Colorado. She was sold on climbing through her first climbing trip to Bishop, CA. The camaraderie of the climbing community, camping with friends and spending the day outside balanced between resting and trying hard and facing fear on highball boulders drew her in. After graduating from Warren Wilson College near Asheville, NC in 2014 with a degree in Outdoor Leadership, Becca moved back to Boulder to work at Women’s Wilderness where she currently instructs climbing. Mentors and psyched friends/climbing partners have played a big part in Becca’s development as an instructor and climber. Becca is currently in the process of projecting the most difficult multi-pitch she has tried yet, The Moonlight Buttress 5.12d in Zion. She is enjoying the challenging process of projecting a mini-bigwall traditional route and all that comes with it. Over the last few years, Becca has found an increased sense of fulfillment in attempting big projects with fellow lady crushers. She hopes to create environments where women can find climbing partners to grow with, share adventures with and get those dream trips on the calendar.
AMGA Single Pitch Instructor
Wilderness First Responder
Climbing Wall Association Climbing Wall Instructor
B.A. Outdoor Leadership: Warren Wilson College ‘14