Bear faces some of his most dangerous challenges yet, as he attempts to navigates the Canadian Rockies. He avoids a deadly avalanche and traverses a frozen lake, but a glissade proves to be more than he can manage on this occasion.
Bear treks through Southern Utah's Red Rock Country, after undertaking his most insane airplane insertion ever. Using only a lasso, he descends into a narrow gorge, only to find no good way out of it. Later, he dangles over a 100 ft deep ravine.
Bear recaps the best ways to survive in a number of different scenarios. He highlights how to traverse dangerous terrain, fight deadly predators, and find food and water sources where none are apparent.
Bear uses the survival tactics of the Aborigines of the tropical Northern Territory Arnhem Land to reach civilization without running afoul of the thousands of crocodiles that have also made the region their home.
Bear visits the Caucasus Mountains in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, where he finds a novel way of crossing a river, avoids becoming a wolf's dinner, and navigates through a featureless marshland.
Bear returns to Iceland to demonstrate the challenge of surviving its many pitfalls. His trek begins on an ice cap covering an active volcano, where food sources are scarce and travels down towards a civilization with swollen rivers between him and safety.
Bear presents the second part of his survival guide where he meets up with different tribes to see how they cope with their surroundings, goes face to face with deadly snakes, and he copes with some harsh environments.
Bear heads off to one of the largest and most impressive areas of the world - Ecuador - which is the location for both the largest rain forest and the largest mountain range in the world. Although most of the wildlife is small in size, many are just as vicious as larger predators, most notably the deadly piranhas. Using whatever he can find to fashion a bow and arrow he shows us how to catch food and keep the animals at bay.moreless
The UK is the location of Cairngorm National Park which is classified as 'arctic', though not many who go there know it. Bear goes back to basics, killing rabbits for food and using deer skin for shelter. He also demonstrates the correct technique for checking snowy slopes for signs a possible avalanche in just one wrong step away.moreless
This week, Bear and his crew travel to Norway. Equipped with the latest technology, Bear will have to face some of the harshest conditions possible while sensors monitor how he's coping in one of the world's wettest countries.
Bear shows us how to survive the rainforest of the Osa Peninsula where many people are rescued from each year. To get out alive he needs to scale tall trees, plunge down waterfalls, and fight off the local wildlife.
Bear heads to a completely new environment where over 60 people are lost every year, the swamps of the Everglades. Lurking above and below the surface are hundreds of thousands of deadly, vicious animals that Bear needs to be wary of finding.
Bear travels to Iceland to see for himself the area in which many people get rescued from every year. Bear must attempt to stave off hypothermia due to the cold and the extremely powerful blizzards, find water in unlikely sources, and eat some less than appealing meals.
Bear lands on a desert island to show how being stranded on one is not as ideal as most people think. Bear walks us through each stage from landing on the island, to finding food and making shelter, to eventually getting off using a hand built raft.
Bear replicates what it would be like for a lost hiker to survive in the popular extreme sports destination of the Moab Desert. On his travels he comes across some dangerous predators, battle with quicksand, and has to navigate his way through small valleys.
Bear shows us how to survive in the surprisingly dangerous mountain range which has seen many people stranded over the years. With an good knowledge of how the local Native Americans used to live, he takes on three different terrains that the Sierra Nevada Mountains have to offer.
Despite large towns and cities, Australia is still made up of some of the biggest, most barren deserts and wastelands in the world. Harboring multiple species of dangerous animals, Bear teaches about how best to deal with them, where to find food, and that drinking your own urine may be the difference between life and death.moreless
Bear brings a pair of his show's fans along for a trek through the Canadian Wilderness, where he teaches them how to safely cross glaciers and icy rivers, build a shelter, and find food in the most unlikely places.
Copper Canyon is Bear's destination where the terrain is rougher and hotter than the Grand Canyon. His aim is to avoid dehydration and to shelter himself from the constant heat that can make life dangerous for anyone stranded in the valleys below.
The second part of this two-part episode follows Bear Grylls attempt to survive in the hottest place on the planet, the Sahara Desert. In this episode Bear will have to skin and disembowel a camel in an attempt to stay alive. Can he learn to deal with the hardships and the disgusting taste of the camel, or is it too much for him to take?moreless
Bear has seen it all, and shown the audience how he does it, sharing tips and techniques that can be lifesavers, whether it's diving with a mask at a desert island, or finding water in a desert. Now in some never before seen footage, Bear lets his viewers in on some more of his survivial secrets.moreless
Bear travels to Kenya which is one of the few places in the world where you become the hunted rather than the hunter. Bear talks about how to get to your destination using just the stars, and he has to deal with a vast array of deadly creatures that inhabit such a barren environments.moreless
Bear heads to an active volcano where he must carefully traverse over molten lava and deal with dangerous gases. Bear demonstrates how to survive in both the severe heat and the cooler but equally dangerous rainforest.
Considering how popular a destination the Alps are, it's a dangerous place for a tourist if you have an accident. Bear shows us how easy it is to survive if you know what you are doing, whether it's making a temporary shelter, or finding sustenance to keep yourself alive.
In the Mojave Desert, Bear's crew manufactures a sandstorm so that he can demonstrate how to survive its stinging blasts. Also, he must withstand dramatic temperature changes and make it through a flash flood. He also gets up close and personal with some of the desert's most deadly denizens.
The Alaskan Mountain Range is home to many a skiing accident where many lives are lost each year. Bear heads up there to show how it's possible to survive the cold climate if you get into trouble. With the elements and the environment against him, this will be one of his most difficult challenges yet.moreless
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