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A seasoned adventurer and survivalist deliberately "strands" himself in remote locales and makes his way back to civilization to provide in-depth advice for travelers who may find themselves lost on what was expected to be a routine hike or other trip.

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aired 85 days ago
Bear Grylls demonstrates how to survive in Australia's outback.
aired 85 days ago
Bear Grylls demonstrates how to survive in Ecuador's jungles.
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In New Zealand, Bear is heading towards civilization but first he must cross a raging river, climb an active volcano and scale a waterfall.
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After parachuting into this remote area, Bear must cross the country's highest mountain range and figure out how to start a fire in a waterlogged forest if he is to survive this adventure.
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Bear Grylls struggles to find food and freshwater off the coast of Borneo.
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Bear Grylls battles torrential rain, snakes and leeches to survive in the Borneo jungle.
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Bear Grylls gives tips and techniques on how to find water in the desert.
aired 113 days ago
Bear rappels onto a live volcano in Guatemala, navigates a waterfall, creates a nest to sleep in and encounters ancient Mayan ruins.
aired 113 days ago
In the aftermath of a typhoon in China, Bear encounters swollen rivers, limestone gorges, and stinging ants, and catches bats for food.
aired 120 days ago
Bear goes paragliding above the Rockies, traverses gullies and makes the most of abandoned debris.
aired 120 days ago
Bear Grylls creates critical fresh water and uses tribal techniques to fish while deserted on a Panamanian island.
aired 120 days ago
Bear Grylls goes to Alaska, where he ice-hops onto a glacier, hangs by his fingertips over a waterfall and avoids getting crushed between an iceberg and his rescue vehicle.
aired 120 days ago
Bear goes to Texas and navigates a desert and deep gorges and encounters a diamondback rattlesnake.
aired 120 days ago
Bear Grylls encounters leeches and a deadly spitting cobra, eats a forest scorpion and avoids a river flood in the jungles of Vietnam.
aired 120 days ago
Bear heads to the Arctic Circle, where he encounters a frozen waterfall, wild reindeer and some of the coldest conditions on the planet.
aired 120 days ago
The crew discusses how they produce "Man vs. Wild" and what it feels like to follow in Bear's footsteps.
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Surviving scorching deserts and freezing mountains in Arizona.
aired 127 days ago
Bear travels to Alabama, where he takes on white water, comes face to face with a wild boar and braves a raging forest fire.
aired 127 days ago
Bear Grylls takes on Hell's Canyon in Oregon, where snowdrifts, frozen lakes, burnt-out forests, and frigid white-water rapids await.
aired 127 days ago
Bear Grylls demonstrates how to survive hurricane season in the Dominican Republic.
aired 127 days ago
Bear Grylls navigates the jungles of Belize.

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