Sick with fever, Mad Jack believes he is a bounty hunter intent on getting the reward for capturing his own good friend, escaped fugitive James Capen Adams.
A stranger named Wright comes to the mountains to become the first man in history to fly.
Grizzly objects when a government agent tries to place a bounty on high-country wildlife.
When a mountain survey by officer Ulysses S. Grant looms as a threat to the wildlife of the area, Grizzly Adams takes steps to stop it.
Grizzly teaches a retired ship's captain and his pet chimp about friendship between man and beast.
Grizzly helps Mad Jack retrieve the burro he lost to an old adversary.
Grizzly demonstrates the meaning of freedom to an escaped slave.
An elderly man's devotion to his pets and his penchant for practical jokes convinces Mad Jack he has found a real-life leprechaun.
After giving his life savings to a stranger as payment for farmland on which he hopes to retire, a gullible ex-cavalryman sets out into the wilderness to find it.
A dry spell leaves Grizzly and his companions facing drought and an approaching forest fire.
Grizzly Adams tries to convince an itinerant entertainer that his ailing trained bear is suffering because of his confinement.
Two inept silver prospectors unwittingly threaten the wilderness and its inhabitants by polluting the streams with mining chemicals.
Grizzly tries to stop a woman from killing the bear she thinks killed her father.
Grizzly Adams and Nakoma must track down a cougar that Adams once knew and loved as a pet but is now believed to have gone mad in the wild.
Two bumbling greenhorn prospectors thrash about in the wilds in a frustrating search for their one big gold strike.
A lost cougar cub, stalked by a trapper and a pack of wolves, becomes the object of a desperate search by Grizzly Adams and Mad Jack.
Grizzly shows two runaway orphans how to survive in the wilderness.
An Indian chief who believes he lost his fish catch to Ben threatens to banish the bear from Grizzly's care.
While Grizzly Adams, Mad Jack and Nakoma repair winter's damage to the cabin, spring's first warm breezes lure Ben far into the forest.
Grizzly loses his memory after an injury and finds himself wandering alone in the wilderness.
A famed French balloonist drops in on Grizzly's camp after Mad Jack, startled by the strange flying aircraft, shoots it down.
Grizzly risks everything to save a lost Indian girl from an evil spirit.
Grizzly's patience is stretched to the limit when he takes an ornery, injured stranger into his home.
Grizzly Adams tries to convince a misplaced family of beavers to build a dam elsewhere, fearing it will flood his valley.
An Indian sees a soldier riding a camel and believes the animal is a dangerous monster that should be killed.
Grizzly, fearing a gold rush, discourages Mad Jack from panning in a stream.
Young Theodore Roosevelt, in delicate health but eager for adventure, narrowly manages to escape death in the wilderness.
While Grizzly recuperates from an accident, Ben falls prey to an animal trainer who tries to starve him into submission.
Grizzly's struggle to save animals from a volcano nearly results in his capture by a pursuing detective.
A burro belonging to missing Mad Jack returns to camp alone, its saddlebag containing a diary that recounts how Jack met Grizzly.
A father learns to be kind after his unfriendly behavior nearly causes him to lose his son.
Grizzly comes upon a fugitive man searching desperately for a bag he lost.
Grizzly Adams relates how his Indian blood brother and Ben the bear taught him how to survive in the wilderness.
Mad Jack hunts for the parents of a girl, now in Grizzly's care, who became separated from her family during a trek into the West.