Bruce established Barron Adventures 26 years ago. He has also worked extensively in experiential leadership and adventure-based team training, developing and implementing programs for top organizations in the United States and internationally. He joins these years of corporate management, training, education, and program design experience with his expertise in the adventure field.
He is a professional member of the American Mountain Guides Association, South American Explorers Club, Royal Geographical Society, Association for Challenge Course Technology, and Association for Experiential Education.
Bruce Barron has been a professional expedition guide, explorer and photographer for 30 years. He began guiding backpacking trips in the local California mountains at the age of 15, and today guides cultural, adventure travel, river, jungle and climbing expeditions to the remote corners of the planet. He has led numerous successful ascents to the summits of countless peaks, such as: Denali, Aconcagua, Kilimanjaro, Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn etc, and expeditions to the remote deserts, forests and jungles around the globe.
Bruce has also led several first explorations in the Andes, Himalayas and Amazon Basin including the Barron Piccard Heath River Expedition, which discovered the source of the Heath River delineating the border of Peru and Bolivia in the Amazon Basin. http://www.barronpickardheathexpedition.com
A feature length documentary of the Heath River Expedition is available at Amazon.com. AMAZONIA: A Perilous Journey Link to video
Bruce's book: HUAORANI An Amazon Tribe in the 21st Century is available at: