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Venturing deep into the cruel wilderness of British Columbia, three extreme prospectors embark on a modern gold rush, balancing their hunt for riches with their will to survive. Boyce Goff, Ben van der Valk and John Belcik travel separately into the areas of Devil's Canyon that are far beyond the reach of big mining companies. Alone for weeks, the men self-document their experiences as they make their way to the world's largest creekside gold deposit, knowing that winter is quickly approaching. They are caught in a tug of war between potentially securing millions of dollars in gold and doing whatever it takes to get home alive.

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The final push before winter begins with all three miners short of their season goals; John's dig site proves nearly impenetrable; Boyce's pump problems could force him behind; Ben's bushcraft skills determine if he survives the freeze.
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Ben's season might be saved; John uncovers a promising dig site but fights against fading stamina; Boyce's risks are rewarded with pay dirt.
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John's mining plans are derailed when a tree crushes his shelter; Ben discovers the best dig site he's ever seen, but needs fresh meat to mine it; Boyce's only shot at gold leaves him with dire options.
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Boyce takes a massive risk crossing a river to reach rich ground; Ben rappels down a cliff in search of legendary nuggets; 68 year-old mining veteran John Belcik makes his initial descent into the Canyon.
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Ben starts running out of food, but unexpected snow gives hope of tracking wild game; a promising dig site motivates Boyce to haul in his heavy mining equipment; hunger and freezing temperatures threaten gold production.
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Gold miners Boyce and Ben separately venture into the bush of British Columbia in search of a big pay streak.

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