No camera crews. No gimmicks. Alone is the ultimate test of human will.
Ten survival experts are dropped off in separate and extremely remote locations on Northern Vancouver Island. Equipped with only limited gear, their years of wilderness experience—and cameras.
While predators continue to cause problems for a number of competitors, water soon becomes a crucial hurdle for others.
After only a short time in the wild, the men find that extreme isolation is beginning to take its toll. A survivalist undertakes a massive cabin project while another is charged by a large predator.
As the days pass, the remaining survivalists show signs of cracking. One man battles isolation as another breaks down after missing his daughter's fourth birthday.
A punishing storm batters the remaining men and gale force winds rip through their makeshift camps. One survivalist tries to set sail on the turbulent seas.
The remaining participants are finally adapting to the unforgiving environment but the search for food leads them into harms way. One man is forced to abandon his new boat miles from camp.
In the brutally freezing temperatures the hunt for food becomes the paramount focus of the remaining survivalists.
The first six men to go home explain their reasons for leaving, plus an exclusive preview of the what's to come for the remaining participants.
Temperatures plummet on the island and the remaining contestants are forced to face the onset of winter head on.
Extreme isolation takes its toll on the remaining participants in the wild. Each man's battle turns to the mind as well as the elements.