On the final leg, the teams face their toughest challenge yet, a race across an icy glacier, down a whitewater river and across the open ocean to the Mount Augustine volcano.
Mission: Bushwhack through 45 miles of dense forest at Tongass National Forest, plunge down steep, 70-foot waterfalls and battle the violent open ocean waters at Steven’s Passage.
The teams trek 30 miles up and over the snow-covered Tordrillo Mountains to reach the landing zone on the banks of Frustration Lake.
The teams cross a steep ridge to the crumbling Strandline Canyon, then trek 40 miles to the landing zone, battling quicksand and furious rivers along the way.
With seven legs of the competition under their belts, take a look back at the extreme challenges the survivalists have endured and take a peek at the brutal adventures still to come.
The survivalists must race across a 30-mile stretch of treacherous glacier, plunge down a 2,000-foot gully and battle 15 miles of whitewater rapids to the extraction point in Berners Bay.
The teams head out on Afognak Island, which is ruled by Kodiak bears, one of the largest bears on Earth. The teams will cross 31 miles of treacherous, bear-packed wilderness to reach the extraction point.
After nine grueling legs, the teams enter this leg battered, bruised and worn down. Leg 10 takes the three remaining teams to Kodiak Island, a lush temperate rainforest full of hunting opportunities.
For the sixth leg, the teams will traverse the treacherous Hayes Glacier, known for its deadly crevasses, then bushwhack through dense forest on their way to the extraction landing zone 30 miles away.
This week's mission: Set out on Chichagof Island, home to more brown bears per square mile than any other place on earth, to reach the extraction in the fishing town of Pelican.
On the eighth leg of the expedition, the teams will battle through a gauntlet of dense alder thickets, cross the roaring waters of Coal Creek and scale a 600-foot rock fall to reach the extraction zone.
For this leg’s mission, the teams will navigate 50 miles of turbulent rivers, battle through a deadly stretch of whitewater rapids known as Hell’s Gate and bushwhack through thick brush to reach the extraction landing zone.
With the final hours of the competition running off the clock, the three remaining teams risk it all for the glory of being crowned champion. It’s a cutthroat battle to the top of Mount Augustine.
Rin finally asks Shirou out on a date, but their enjoyment is cut short when Caster makes her move. Shirou is forced to make a difficult decision to protect the people he cares about.
For wildlife filmmakers, the only way to safely explore the startling powers of the African lion has been at the end of a mighty long lens — until now.
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