Mark Peterson continues to hike the highest elevations of the world in the Himalayan Mountains of northern Pakistan. While trekking the mountains, Mark looks back at his season with respect for how the journey has changed him as a hunter and as a person.
Mark Peterson makes the long trek north to the highway that was the old Silk Road to the most northern district that borders China and India. Mark will be hiking the Himalayan Mountains in pursuit of the blue sheep.
Mark makes two journeys to Colorado . One of the trips is to pursue mule deer and antelope on a personal pursuit. On the second trip, he returns to hunt with Ryan Watchorn of Cabelas and his daughter, Maddy.
Tim Herald is still in Uganda with his client, Kendall, pursuing the big game of the country while visiting a village to experience the culture of the land. Mark is in California pursuing tule elk with his father, Earl.
Mark Peterson is in the Canadian community of Coral Harbour with his father, Earl, to hunt polar bear. Led by an Inuit guide, Mark's stalk across the arctic shows him the ways of this world, and the Inuit's reliance on polar bear meat for survival.
Tim Herald arrives in the Sierra de Gredos mountains in Spain to hunt the big-horned ibex. He takes in the sights, sounds and smells that define the unique culture, but when Tim takes to the mountains, the varying elevations of terrain cause trouble.
Mark Peterson returns to Alaska for the first time following a life-changing event. While Mark hunts for brown bear on the peninsula, his World Trophy Adventures colleague, Tim Herald, joins his clients to experience their own Alaskan predator hunts.
The season premiere kicks off in Alaska where Mark Peterson is hunting caribou with his father, Earl. After navigating the waterways by airboat, an unexpected event changes Mark's course, leaving a lasting impact on the entire season.