Bruce Kirkby from "Big Crazy Family Adventure" stars in the Travel Channel reality series.

In the world of travel, Bruce Kirkby is a jack-of-all-trades: adventurer, guide, writer and photographer. His journeys have taken him to more than eighty countries, including the wildest and most remote corners of the planet. He has crossed Iceland by foot, traveled through Mongolia by horse, been shot at in Borneo, and been taken hostage in Ethiopia. He is a weekly travel columnist for The Globe and Mail. He is also the author of two best-selling books: "Sand Dance: By Camel Across Arabia's Great Southern Desert" (2001) and "The Dolphin's Tooth: A Decade in Search of Adventure" (2007).

Kirkby's work also appears regularly in publications, including The New York Times, EnRoute and Time magazine, and National Geographic selected his images to be among the best adventure photography of the decade. Previously, he hosted CBC's primetime reality show "No Opportunity Wasted," for which his mission was to help regular people overcome personal fears and accomplish the seemingly impossible.

'Big Crazy Family Adventure' Treks 13,000 Miles — Premiering Sunday, June 21, the new Travel Channel reality series follows the Kirkby family on their incredible, awe-inspiring journey, without a single airplane, to a remote region in the Himalaya. Read more...

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