Parker Schnabel and his friends pay tribute to the legends before them and attempt the Klondike Trail of 1897. Not only is it 600 miles of mountains, lakes and rivers, but leaving dangerously late in the season means the winter may derail their plans.
Parker and his crew are only 50 miles into the daunting 600 mile trek on the Klondike Trail. It's a race against time as the water is quickly freezing, but with food sources running low they are forced to pause and go hunting or face starvation.
As temperatures are dropping and lakes are freezing, time is of the essence for the Parker and his friends to finish the 375 miles left of the Klondike Trail. But when Parker falls into frigid water, the expedition becomes a matter of life or death.
After the toughest journey of their lives, Parker and his friends relive what happened on the trail. Revealing the struggle, conflict and untold secrets about just how close they came to disaster.