Adventurist Josh James and his three mates prepare for a seven-day expedition to search out new adventures to push their clients to the edge, but hopefully not over it. They'll use Kiwi ingenuity to survive, using only what they can carry on their backs.
With rainstorms abundant, it's clear Josh and his mates won't make it out of the murky swamp before dark, so they must construct a sleeping platform high above the water. Find out if wet plants and branches prevent them from staying dry.
Josh James and his mates are ready to cook their hand-caught possum, but building a primitive fire proves extremely challenging in wet New Zealand terrain. Can they create enough friction with their handmade bow drill to spark a flame?
Josh James and his mates yearn to catch some longfin eels for their next meal. They discover HuHu grubs buried in wood and decide to tie these worms to sticks and place them into the water to attract the eels. Will these big fish take the bait?
New Zealand has amazing limestone caves that Josh James wants to explore for his guided adventures. To up their game, he challenges his mates to not use any headlamps or flashlights. Will primitive torches get them through the damp, dark cave?
Hungry for a main meal, Josh and his mates build snare traps to catch a possum, but capturing these animals is never easy. After dark falls and the traps come up empty, they decide to make a mad dash and go hunting for their possum dinner.
Josh and the boys have almost finished their seven-day adventure, but they still have a big challenge ahead -- getting safely down a steep gorge surrounded by thunderous waterfalls. Will their makeshift rope harness be enough to land safely?
The last leg of their seven-day expedition brings Josh James and the boys to an icy raging rapid. Only one problem -- not enough pack rafts for the four of them. Josh's quick thinking might save the day, or does he find himself holding on for dear life?