Les joins the San Bushmen as they flush out a porcupine tunnel.
Les undergoes Ukuku initiation, a ritual permanently changed by global warming.
The Hewa perform, in secret, their sacred ceremony known as Cumoutin.
Les Stroud journeys above the Arctic Circle to track game with Inuit hunters.
Outdoorsman Les Stroud slides down a treacherous mountain in Norway.
Les gets a glimpse inside the lifestyle of the people of Papua New Guinea.
Before undertaking an Andean Pilgrimage, Les must first seek permission.
Les and the Bushmen head out to find grubs that provide the "magic ingredient."
Les participates in a ritual known as La Purga, which often induces vomiting.
Les joins the Hewa people of Papua New Guinea in a forbidden ceremony.
Discovery's NEW SERIES Beyond Survival w/ Les Stroud, premieres 8/27 at 10PM.
See what made Les say, "I know the green sludge doesn't look good, but ..."
The genesis of the award-winning show Survivorman, Stranded: Summer is a one-hour special that chronicles Les's first time surviving for the cameras in August of 2001. With just two cameras, a few items and his wits, Les survives in the Canadian wild.
Danger is inherent in any survival situation. It's how you handle it that determines success or failure. Les Stroud packs 25 years of survival knowledge into one 45- minute crash course in this fast-paced new compilation.
This show features Les's best tips and tricks, the methods that Les has created over his 25-year career of surviving that he calls McGyverisms. This is the component of survival that makes what Les has to do fun.
Grubs, frogs, scorpions, snakes and more: Les Stroud has eaten it all. In this entertaining and informative look-back over the last ten years filming Survivorman, Les reveals his top five favorite methods for securing food while surviving in in the wild.
Les Stroud reveals behind-the-scenes secrets as he counts down his top five methods for finding safe, clean drinking water in remote survival locations around the globe, which include digging for water, collecting rainwater, and even drinking seawater.
Les Stroud packs 25 years of shelter-building knowledge into a crash course on survival shelters. Highlighting his most challenging and rewarding moments, Les describes his top five favourite ways to stay out of the elements during a survival ordeal.
Les offers an intimate look at his most difficult and rewarding moments. In the fire episode, we walk through methods like using a flashlight and fluff, steel wool and a battery, vine and a branch, chemicals and rhino dung, and the comical 'prison match".
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