Dropped on a mountain plateau, Bear descends to a glacier then squeezes through an ice cave to escape. Unable to handle frigid river rapids he comes upon an abandoned mine and attempts to use it as a short cut though the mountains.
Parachuting into the mountains of Turkey, Bear doesn't like the looks of his landing site so he decides to risk drowning in a lake instead. He builds another of his rafts that is more submarine than boat and a rope ladder that is too short for the job. Then it's time to look for food and water.
Bear is a bit shaken by an encounter with a brown bear in the Carpathian Mountains. So he constructs an alarm system to warn him should a bear wander into his camp while he sleeps. After that even an underwater swim through a cave tunnel doesn't phase him.
In Alabama Bear rides river rapids in yet another sinking raft. But it's the wild pig he snares that is almost more than he can handle. Then it off to the swamp where Bear get stuck in the mud before facing a forest fire.
Bear finds an oasis in the Chihuahuan Desert but not before a near death experience crossing a gorge on a single rope bridge secured only by a make-shift grappling hook. Then it's on to the Rio Grande River if he can make it down a rock face.
From falling into the ice of Siberia, to battling sharks to make it off a desert island in Indonesia and skinning and eating snakes in the mangroves of Panama, Bear offers you a guide to survival for the most dangerous of places.
Bear traverses the rocky terrain of Vietnam including river rapids and waterfalls while following a river in Vietnam. Along the way he stares down a cobra, feeds some leaches and pursues his least favorite animal, bats.
Bear hikes in Alaska as summer approaches and the glacial ice is unstable. He nearly falls into swollen river rapids when his log bridge collapses. Eventually he reaches the coast and tries to paddle out into the shipping lanes on an improvised raft. Of course the raft starts to since so Bear tries to jump on an iceberg hoping to snag a fishing trawler as it goes by.