Outdoorsman Les Stroud slides down a treacherous mountain in Norway.
Les makes a dangerous misstep: accidentally standing on a bed of hot coals and experiencing one of the worst burns of his life.
Les and Logan need to find shelter for the night and Les has a new idea for creating a mobile tent.
The second season of this top-rated reality show pack new challenges for Les Stroud, testing his ingenuity and knowledge of the outdoors to survive for a week with few supplies in the most hostile environments. He braves the Kalahari Desert's 140-degree heat, braves insects and jaguars in the Amazon jungle, competes with bears for salmon in Alaska and avoids being eaten by South African wildlife.
"Survivorman" Les Stroud endures more harrowing conditions to test his remarkable survival skills in the third and final season of this popular adventure reality series. With few supplies, Stroud survives as he's stranded on Baffin Island on the arctic tundra, runs out of plane fuel in the isolated Australian Outback and manages a week in Papua New Guinea's dense jungle.
In this harrowing reality series, "Survivorman" Les Stroud travels to far-flung locales with little more than the clothes on his back and 50 pounds of camera equipment to battle - and try to survive - insanely harsh conditions. Season one finds him spending a grueling week alone in a Costa Rican jungle, the frigid Arctic Circle, the arid Sonora Desert and the gator-infested wetlands of Georgia.
Survivorman, Les Stroud, travels back into the wild to survive as only he can.
Les Stroud returns to the most captivating and harsh wilderness in the world to survive with little food, no water or gear, and no safety or camera crew. But this time, it's for ten consecutive days. Follow Les as he survives in remote locations like the wet and cold Norwegian mountains and the searing hot island of Tiburon in Mexico. He's doing all the wrong things to teach you how to g
Les Stroud reveals his best advice on some of the most critical aspects of survival - from finding food and water and building a fire, to avoiding dangerous predators and preparing for extreme weather. He'll count down the most important things to do to survive in any location, and share personal anecdotes regarding the struggles he faced in the world's harshest environments.
Les Stroud attempts to mend blisters on his foot.
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