In a desert climate, top bushcrafters compete to build thermoregulated shelters that stay cool in the summer and warm in the winter. They can only use three hand tools and the materials they find in the Utah desert.
Two bushcrafters compete to build a bear-proof shelter that's made to last. They can only use three hand tools and nothing but the natural materials available in Utah's Aspen forest.
Two bushcrafters compete to build primitive shelters using only the natural resources found in Utah’s Chalk Creek hunting grounds. They build impressive structures out of cobblestones, mud, and wood that sustain the elements and protect from predators.
Top bushcrafters compete to build a bridge over a river and a waterproof shelter. They can only use three hand tools and the materials they find in the spruce forests of Utah.
Two bushcrafters compete to build a long-term, summer shelter at least five feet above uneven terrain that offers protection from fierce predators and dangerous heat. They can only use one hand tool and the natural materials available in Utah’s forests.
It's sink or swim when Matt Graham challenges top Bushcrafters to create a working watercraft using only one tool and the natural resources around them, capable of carrying three people and their supplies across Utah's Alpine Lake.