Bruce Barcott

Sunny Also Rises

After 14 years of trying, pro surfer Sunny Garcia is poised to take the world title

The Middle Denver Peace Process

Do climbing bolts destroy wilderness? After a decade of war in the hills, environmentalists and rock rats draft a treaty.

The Ultimate Survivor

Reality TV titan Mark Burnett intends to be the last man standing in the high-stakes game of adventure racing

Breach of Faith?

A landmark report on the Snake River dams is expected to advise doing...a whole lotta nuthin'

Breaking All Boundaries

Carl and Lowell Skoog are blazing virgin trails in the backcountry's wild white yonder

The Secret Life of Guides

To save the day when the crevasse hits the fan, to be chased by AK-47-wielding bandits, to be the one guy who's gotta say "Time to turn around, everybody,"—this is what it means to be a professional...

The Secret Life of Guides

To save the day when the crevasse hits the fan, to be chased by AK-47-wielding bandits, to be the one guy who's gotta say "Time to turn around, everybody,"—this is what it means to be a professional...

The Secret Life of Guides

To save the day when the crevasse hits the fan, to be chased by AK-47-wielding bandits, to be the one guy who's gotta say "Time to turn around, everybody,"—this is what it means to be a professional...

The Secret Life of Guides

To save the day when the crevasse hits the fan, to be chased by AK-47-wielding bandits, to be the one guy who's gotta say "Time to turn around, everybody,"—this is what it means to be a professional...

The Secret Life of Guides

To save the day when the crevasse hits the fan, to be chased by AK-47-wielding bandits, to be the one guy who's gotta say "Time to turn around, everybody,"—this is what it means to be a professional...

The Hunting of the Poacher King

Deep in Oregon's Umpqua River territory, houndsman Ray Hillsman was bad news for bears, hunting them with dogs, killing hundreds, and selling their gallbaldders on the black market.

The Hunting of the Poacher King

Deep in Oregon's Umpqua River territory, houndsman Ray Hillsman was bad news for bears, hunting them with dogs, killing hundreds, and selling their gallbaldders on the black market.