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Bruce Kirkby

Bruce Kirkby

Bruce Kirkby has spent more than two decades exploring the most remote corners of the planet. His journeys have taken him through the heart of Arabia by camel, down the Blue Nile on raft and across Iceland by foot. The author of two bestselling books, Mr. Kirkby is the recipient of three National Magazine Awards. His writing has won a TORGI (best talking book of the year), been shortlisted at Banff Mountain Book Festival and been nominated for Best Non Fiction and Best First Book at the Alberta Book Awards.

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Discover the ‘coolest place on the planet’ in Ireland
Ski school isn’t just for beginners and kids anymore
Travel
Schuss into summer: Head to Portillo, Chile, where ski season is just taking off
You have to try this: Stand up and paddle from Vancouver to Victoria
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. journeys to the Yukon to visit Mount Kennedy
Camping in suburban Toronto? You bet
Breaking trails in B.C. Gallery
Bruce Kirkby
The best time to camp? In the winter. Seriously
A New Year’s resolution for frustrated fliers: Bring civility back
for The Globe and Mail
Ski gear: There’s always something better to strap on your feet Bruce Kirkby
What’s the adventure in your neck of the woods? Bruce Kirkby
In T’Bilisi, a hot, steamy – potentially lethal – thrill Bruce Kirkby
On Muskoka’s back roads I felt 17 again Bruce Kirkby
Meet a modern nomad - he's travelled non-stop for 27 years
Ride through the ‘Serengeti of the North’
Explore the Muskwa-Kechika Gallery
You think rodeo looks hard? Try getting on a camel
Bruce Kirkby
Opinion
Mr. Harper, come camping with me
Bruce Kirkby for The Globe and Mail
There’s a new world waiting to be discovered – underground Bruce Kirkby
Credit Francois-Xavier De Ruydts