Bruce Barcott

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Thumbnail for - The Cut: Our Wild Northern Border
Aug 1, 2013
The line between the U.S. and Canada is a strangely inspiring work of law and peace—and art.
Thumbnail for - The Sherpas of Ashford, Washington
Jul 20, 2012
In the bump-on-the-road town of Ashford, which starts just outside of the Park’s southwest gate, there aren’t a lot of things: No McDonald’s. No stoplights. Definitely no fine dining. But there...
Thumbnail for - Mount Rainier’s Wildlife and Wildflowers
Jul 19, 2012
BearSight a black bear—no grizzlies—in the Mazama Ridge area east of Paradise in late summer; train binoculars to the open meadows.  Harlequin DucksThey’re not as populous as the camp robber...
Thumbnail for - Mount Rainier’s Red Fox Menace
Jul 19, 2012
Red foxes were once a prized sighting at Mount Rainier. I’d been going to the mountain for nearly a quarter century before I saw one. But this year I’ve seen three foxes in three trips. That’s...
Thumbnail for - In and Around the National Park
Jul 19, 2012
AshfordThe town is little more than a loose string of rental cabins, mountaineering shops, and restaurants, but it’s home base for much of the park’s outdoor activity. Westside RoadAnother...
Thumbnail for - How to Take the Ultimate Mount Rainier Photo
Jul 19, 2012
How Pros Photograph the Mountain
Thumbnail for - Insider’s Guide to Mount Rainier National Park
Jul 19, 2012
Whether you look for the wildflowers on paved trails, climb to the peak, or view from afar, Mount Rainier looms as our most iconic natural landmark.
Thumbnail for - Putting the Eddie Back in Eddie Bauer
Sep 21, 2011
For 50 years, Eddie Bauer was the outfitter of choice for the world’s most seasoned outdoor lovers. Now, CEO Neil Fiske is trying to lead the classic brand back to the mountaintop.
Thumbnail for - The Elwha’s Last Dam Summer
Jul 22, 2011
It began 25 years ago as a radical idea: destroying two dams to save the Elwha River. It ends this month as a commonsense solution. Gentlemen, start your jackhammers.
Thumbnail for - Shades of Green
Dec 27, 2008
Greg Nickels’s Climate Action Plan brought him global glory as “America’s green mayor.” But is it civic transformation or eco-opportunism? We crunch the carbon counts, probe the mayor’s...