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Wilderness and survival expert Hazen Audel takes treacherous paths in this documentary series. Using his knowledge and skills, Audel sets off on a journey via lesser traveled roads, where the terrain is unstable and the elements are often harsh and unpredictable. Stopping in local communities, Audel speaks to native residents to gather as much information about the area as possible. Following in the footsteps of the Embera tribe, the survival guide goes on a jungle trek through the Darien Gap. In other episodes, he navigates the Arctic Circle with 200 reindeer in tow and crosses crocodile-infested lakes.

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Hazen Audel attempts to climb an active volcano in Tanzania to make a tribal offering.
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Hazen Audel attempts to lead a yak herd to an ancient fortress city in the Himalayas.
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Hazen Audel attempts fishing in deadly white-water rapids using local Lao methods.
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Hazen Audel takes a traditional Berber nomad camel journey through the Sahara Desert.
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Hazen Audel is on a mission to deliver 200 reindeer to their spring habitat inside the Arctic Circle; Hazen must pull a heavy sled as he leads his herd across frozen rivers.
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Hazen pits his unique survival skills against the most extreme environments in the world.
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Hazen Audel embarks on a jungle trek traditionally taken by Panama's Embera Tribe.
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Hazen Audel embarks on a sea-faring mission in the Western Pacific's Coral Triangle.
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Hazen pits his unique survival skills against the most extreme environments in the world.
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Hazen Audel faces lethal animals, vertical cliffs and impossible terrain on a deadly run.
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Hazen Audel ventures into the sun-scorched Australian outback in search of a desert lake.
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Hazen Audel takes on a punishing trek through the blistering deserts of northern Namibia.

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