It is the boldest survival experiment ever attempted. Ten men enter the Vancouver Island wilderness carrying only what they can fit in a small backpack. They are alone in harsh, unforgiving terrain with a single mission - stay alive as long as they can. These men must hunt, build shelters and fend off predators. It is the ultimate test of man’s will to survive.
Dustin doesn’t consider himself a “survival expert.” Instead, he sees himself as an expert outdoorsman - the difference being his life is rarely in “imminent danger” when he’s in the wild. He’s learned by his own hand how to live and sustain himself in the wilderness, thanks to numerous weeks spent in the American back-country. His solo expeditions have taken him from Montana to Alaska, pushing him to rely less and less on modern equipment to guide and support him. He knows he will have to push himself harder than ever once alone on Vancouver Island. He plans to rely heavily on his real world experience during this time in the wild. He’s left behind his wife and their two dogs, and while he’s trying to understand the enormity of the challenges involved, he’s excited to learn more about himself and test his mental toughness.
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