Jeff Erickson takes on a challenging cliffside build; Chappie Cook's team struggles to get materials to the site without roads; first-time builder Chris Sewell faces some harsh realities about his foundation.
A helicopter delivers a whopping 17,000 pounds of materials for Chris' cabin kit; Jeff fights the pouring rain and cold temperatures to stay on schedule; Chappie's crew struggles to lift 20-foot balloon walls without heavy equipment.
Chappie Cook's team runs into bears and sinking boats while hauling scaffolding materials; Jeff Erickson carefully begins to construct his slippery roof; Chris Sewell works tirelessly to install all the timber walls of his cabin.
Chris gets some much needed help from family to work on his interior; a floatplane with engine problems brings Chappie's build site to a standstill; Jeff makes a critical error while building the water tank system for his cabin.
Building Alaska - In one of the most remote and rugged places on the planet, expert hunting guide Bob May leads scores of adventurers as they battle the elements to make a dream home a reality on the Kenai Peninsula of Alaska. Sundays at 10pm/9c.
Exhausted and over-budget, Bob May finishes the touches on his new cabin.
Daring individuals battle the elements to construct their dream homes in the Alaskan wilderness. With no roads or supply centers, they have to get creative to build in one of the most remote and rugged areas on the planet.
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Good First episode i have seen looks promising and interesting to watch.. beautiful views
They are some the toughest, most extreme survivalists that Alaska has to offer. Going head to head, eight men of a rare breed are about to take the ultimate test of survival in Arctic conditions that only National Geographic could inspire. Dropped in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness by bush plane, with only their raw, mountain-man ingenuity, they'll navigate through treacherous glaciated river valleys, barren ridgelines, and high mountain peaks, battling hunger, hostile predators, and perilous weather conditions along the way. Like the original National Geographic explorers, for those who succeed there is no grand prize, just the well-fought pride of having conquered the grueling challenges that Mother Nature can throw at them. It's an epic competition series where the only prize is survival.
Buyers head to Alaska for adventure and possibly a new home. During the search, these home seekers discover everything the great state has to offer as they decide if living in America's Last Frontier is right for them.
In Alaska is a region known as the Triangle - 200,000 unforgiving miles where more people go missing per capita than anywhere else on earth. ALASKA MONSTERS follows a team of native outdoorsmen as they take on the challenge of exploring the Triangle’s treacherous terrain to prove native monsters are linked to these disappearances.
Top sport fishing guides take travelers on intense expeditions through the majestic Alaskan wilderness. Problems arise with everything from wildlife to faulty equipment, and the guides must battle the elements to keep guests safe.
Long before railroads and big rigs crisscrossed the Alaskan tundra, fur trappers and loggers traversed Alaska’s treacherous rivers and coastline using massive log rafts. Today that way of life is almost extinct. But, along a remote stretch of the Yukon River, there are a few folks who continue this dangerous practice. They’re holding tightly to the traditions of generations past, even if those traditions could very easily cost them their lives.
The Kilcher family lives on a 600-acre homestead in Alaska. For four generations, they have lived off the land in a subsistence lifestyle. With another brutal winter quickly approaching, the entire homestead struggles to stockpile enough meat and firewood to last. See how they not only survive, but thrive on Alaska: The Last Frontier.
The Kilcher family lives on a 600-acre homestead in Alaska. For four generations, they have lived off the land in a subsistence lifestyle. With another brutal winter quickly approaching, the entire homestead struggles to stockpile enough meat and firewood to last. See how they not only survive, but thrive on ALASKA: THE LAST FRONTIER.
Hidden deep in the wilderness of Alaska is the toughest town in America: McCarthy. Locked in winter's grip, the 42 souls brave enough to live there must battle the elements, and each other, to maintain their pioneer way of life.