Chris and Casey Keefer recount their expedition to the South Pacific, by reliving some of their favorite and more challenging moments.
Chris and Casey Keefer must push to reach the LZ, with a failing raft. With only a few hours before extraction, will Mother Nature get the best of them before they can get to safety?
Chris and Casey spend weeks hiking across New Zealand and fighting for their lives takes a toll on their emotions and abilities; they team up to hunt feral pigs, but the cache items used for survival create new challenges and deep frustrations.
The raft continues to cause problems as Chris and Casey spend valuable energy trying to stay afloat; with their days in the South Pacific dwindling, the brothers reach their breaking point, until a new discovery leaves a lasting impact.
Chris and Casey hike the mountainside, but the steep slopes and shifting shale make the trek anything but easy; the brothers face energy depletion and exhaustion; they feel the pressure to find new food sources soon or go hungry.
Tensions run high, as Chris and Casey disagree on what their next course of action should be. Without clear cache directions, the brothers are left with a hard choice. Should they stay, or should they go?
Chris and Casey get introduced to the tastes of the New Zealand wild and have a rude awakening; Mother Nature's mind games start to mess with the brothers' mental strength, while their inflatable raft continues to be a serious problem.
The Keefer Brothers make an important decision that vastly impacts their expedition. In a desperate search of necessary food, they attempt to hunt big game for the first time in New Zealand, encountering a new set of challenges.
The adrenaline wears off for Chris and Casey and the jet lag sets in; the brothers face frigid temperatures and unpredictable whitewater rapids; when they try to navigate the rough waterways, their safety becomes threatened.
In the season premiere, brothers Chris and Casey Keefer are dropped in the wilderness of New Zealand, with virtually nothing; they must quickly adapt to their new environment or face life threatening consequences.
Chris and Casey Keefer share their favorite episode, and what it was like to experience it first hand.
Chris and Casey Keefer recount their most memorable moments from this year's journey to Alaska's Brooks Range.
The Keefer brothers fight their way down stream through freezing water and strong headwinds.
The Keefer brothers race downriver to reach the next supply-yielding cache.
The harsh reality of winter sets in and the Keefer brothers must sleep with one eye open as a grizzly patrols the area around their camp.
With red meat, the Keefer brothers are finally able to replenish their depleted energy, but they aren't the only ones looking to survive the winter in the Alaskan wilderness.
With lifted spirits, the Keefer brothers set out to spot and stalk a herd of caribou.
The Keefer brothers make their way down stream in search of their next supply cache.
The Keefer brothers take shelter in a small pine outcropping as a winter storm sets siege.
The terrain begins to change as the Keefer brothers are forced to make their way downstream. The landscape tightens it's grip and funnels the brothers to a geographic choke point where both predator and prey gather.
The Keefer brothers awaken to a frozen tundra. With over 8 miles to cover and no oars, the brothers are forced to trudge their way through shallow water and barren earth as they head downstream in search of the second cache.
The Keefer brothers put boots to ground as their journey through Alaska begins. Armed with nothing but a couple of Glock 20s, the brothers immediately begin their search for their first supply-yielding cache.