With her favorite phrase being “ALL FORWARD”, Bobbi Mae is a life and whitewater-enthusiast! Bobbi was raised by villages of folks between the mountains of Bozeman Montana and the West coast of Mexico. She attended Quest University Canada in British Columbia, where she completed her honors undergraduate degree in Environmental Ecology, International Relations, and Spanish. She has guided on the Main and Middle Fork of the Salmon River since 2015 and claims that the Frank Church Wilderness is indeed her place of worship. In the offseason, Bobbi teaches International Gap Semester Programs with ARCC and manages a Heli-Fishing operation on the South Island of New Zealand called Cedar Lodge.
Anyone that knows Bobbi can attest to her ability to connect with people in a heartbeat. Her greatest skill is networking and making people feel heard and appreciated for who they are in the world. Bobbi especially loves empowering women and girls to get outside, move their bodies and fall in love with life on the river!