Aram Barsch


  • First Year at BOSS: 2005
  • Current Position: Specialist Instructor
  • Hometown: Boulder, Utah
  • Currently Resides In: Boulder, Utah

I came to BOSS Because…

Many of my friends over the years have been affiliated with BOSS, and Boulder is my hometown, so it was natural to eventually become involved.

I Teach at BOSS Because…

I am passionate about many of the skills, practices, and ways that are “BOSS.” I love to teach and I love to learn, and both of these are a way of life at BOSS.

Interesting Trivia about Aram:

  • Aram grew up on an organic, self sustaining farm in Boulder, which means he can do pretty much anything. He grew up plowing the fields with a team of draft horses, making saddles and shoes, blacksmithing, building with logs and timbers, handcrafting bows and arrows, raising livestock and chopping wood.
  • Aram’s favorite things to do include playing with his children, hunting big game with traditional and primitive archery equipment, and working cattle in the wild country left around Boulder.
  • He also enjoys working with his hands, making and selling the occasional bow or saddle.
  • Aram has an identical twin brother named Joseph.
  • In addition to his role as a backcountry hunting guide, Aram has also published outdoor/wildlife photography in five different magazines.