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Host Jack Steward joins Colton Smith to travel to America's greatest treasures -- the awe-inspiring national parks -- and to spotlight their beauty and wildlife. The series and its hosts tap into people's love affair with the widely varied natural preserves -- and remind Americans to hit the road and visit the sites for themselves.

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Winter in the Tetons means avalanche danger; Colton and Jack learn what they need to do to be safe before setting out on a backcountry camping and alpine skiing adventure.
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Jack and Colton learn to survive in the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest; skills they learn include making fire, finding edible plants and building a shelter.
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Colton and Jack visit the remote Iriomote-Ishigaki National Park in Okinawa, Japan, where they snorkel around the rare coral and kayak through mangroves while keeping a lookout for some of the deadliest snakes around.
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Jack and Colton are in Okinawa, Japan, immersing themselves in nature and parks; when their trip takes an unexpected turn, the guys find themselves stepping out of their comfort zone in a completely new way.
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Looking back on some of the most heart-pumping, most exciting and scariest close encounters with wildlife and marine life.
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Sea-kayaking in the Channel Islands; air-boating in the Everglades; scuba diving the sea caves of the Apostle Islands.
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Snowmobiling; ice fishing; mountaineering; rappelling into glaciers.
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From the deep, dark abyss to the top of the largest active volcano on earth: epic island adventures on land and beneath the sea.
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The guys head back to Death Valley to check out the famous Racetrack Playa and spend a couple of days hiking into the park's rugged backcountry.
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From the Atlantic coast to the cliffs overlooking the famous Potomac River, Colton and Jack find adventure in Virginia.
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It's a wild trip to the Mojave Desert, where the guys check out the world's largest concentration of Joshua trees and mountain bike to a lava tube.
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Colton and Jack explore America's history in the nation's capital; Ford's Theater; a behind-the-scenes look inside the Washington Monument.
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Jack and Colton road trip through southern New Mexico and Texas; a walk through White Sands; checking out the country's largest solar observatory; a hike to the highest peak in Texas.
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The guys visit the most remote town in the lower 48: Jarbidge, Nev.; the tallest peak in the Jarbidge Wilderness.
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Jack and Colton visit Lassen Volcanic National Park in California; geocaching; exploring the park's geothermal features; climbing Lassen Peak.
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Bushwhacking to a hidden waterfall; exploring an old lava tube; making the ultimate climb up Mount St. Helens.
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America's northernmost national park: a wild trip into the Arctic circle.
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Protecting an endangered species in Oregon; mountain-biking down a volcano; riding an ATV on old lava fields.
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The Big Room at Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico; wild caving; monsoon season.
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The rugged wilderness of the largest national park in the U.S.; a peak so remote it does not have a name.
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Jack and Colton hike on, crawl under and climb into glaciers at the biggest national park in the U.S.

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