Introducing Becks Ferry

Rebecca "becks" Ferry is an adventure traveller, ultra endurance athlete and mountaineer. She has recently climbed six 8000m mountains. Currently living in the Cotswolds, she can often be found running on Welsh hills, Alpine trails and fast packing across mountain ranges. She recently became the first British woman to successfully summit and return to K2 base camp.

Becks loves spending time at high altitude, climbing the world biggest mountains whenever she can. She has many plans to continue pushing her physical and mental boundaries in the stunning surroundings of the Himalayas and further afield. In addition to this, she is also currently training to become a helicopter pilot and has an ambition to utilise this skill to become a search and rescue pilot in the mountains. Watch this space!
Key Achievements

Key Achievements

Yukon Arctic ultra - 1st female in the 100 miler 3rd overall
5 days running solo an unsupported in the mountains around Kathmandu. 310km 21,000m elevation.

50 metres short of summited Mount Nupste, Nepal (7,861m)
Summited Mount Kazbek, Georgia (5,034 m)

Six 8000m mountains. Everest, Lhotse, K2, Makalu, Manaslu, Dhalguri. Second woman in the world to successfully summit both Everest and K2 in a single year

First female and course record at the season opening 'Country to Capital' ultra endurance race | Cami De Cavalls 60KM second lady and first Brit

Course record at the Big Pine race in Flagstaff, Arizona | Third lady at the Himalayan Everest Trail Race

“Montane kit never ever lets me down. It has kept me warm standing on the top of the world and it has kept me cool racing through jungles and tropical rain forests. I know I can always rely on it to do the job. Not only this but it looks great, and we all know that feeling good is just as important to our performance. Moreover, I love what the brand represents - a firm love and respect of the outdoors, each other and an intrinsic passion for exploration and adventure.”