About

Bryce Sellers is a Writer, Climber and Traveler.

He received his degree from the University of Iowa in Cultural Anthropology in 2016 and was subsequently awarded a grant from the Explorer’s Club (explorers.org), to conduct research in China’s stunning Yunnan Province.

His published work includes a travel guide for China and an analysis of the 2020 Irish General Election.

He has worked for a guiding company within Mount Rainier National Park, trekked through China’s Tiger Leaping Gorge and cycled around Ireland’s Dingle Peninsula and Wild Atlantic Way.

For inquiries, please email bryce_sellers@outlook.com

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Explorer’s Guide to Ireland

Republic of Ireland at a Glance Population: 4,937,786 (2020 estimate) Population Growth Rate: 1.13% Currency: Euro Official Language(s): Gaelic and English Capital: Dublin (pop. 1,024,027 est) Second Largest City: Cork (190,384) Adult male Average Age: 36.6 Adult Female Average Age: 37.1 Religion: 84% Roman Catholic Government: Parliamentary Democracy Head of State (President) Michael D. Higgins … Continue reading Explorer’s Guide to Ireland

The Draw of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington

In this day and age, it seems alot of climbers neglect the eastern United States when planning climbs and expeditions. With no mountain breaking 7000 ft, perhaps it is understandable for the naive novice to pass over Appalachia and head to Colorado, Utah or Wyoming for some solid rock, ice and mountaineering excursions. Though natives … Continue reading The Draw of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington

Best Books for Anthropologists

Anthropology is the human science. Primarily, it is the study of the diversity in human experience. Culture, language, ritual and history. We are all the same yet different. That is the beauty of anthropology; This acknowledgement and to explore and uncover the mysteries of humanity. In an increasingly globalized world, where people from a variety … Continue reading Best Books for Anthropologists

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