As the Arctic Circle's short summer nears its end, The Last Alaskans begin their preparations for another winter on the trapline.
As the families settle in to their fall routines in preparation for winter's trapping season, several visitors make their way out to the cabins. Heimo and Edna roll out the red carpet for their youngest daughter, Krinn, and new grandson, Colby.
The families are finally back home on the refuge. Heimo and his youngest daughter hunt for caribou. The Seldens have helpful visitors and an exciting announcement. Bob arrives back at his cabin.
As the seasons turn, the Last Alaskans are gearing up for trapping season. Heimo's newest cabin may have already fallen victim to a marauding bear. Tyler and Ashley are building a new home for their growing family.
With winter fast approaching, the families set out to hunt moose. Heimo and Edna team up together. Tyler draws on gut instinct to stalk an elusive bull. Charlie soon discovers why the area is called "Starvation Country."
With winter just weeks away, the families are desperate to stock their cabins. The Seldens all pitch in to haul home Tyler's recent moose kill. Heimo and Charlie both worry they might not have meat for the winter months ahead.
Low snowfall is limiting options for the residents of the refuge, as they find their snow machines and dogsleds are useless in the dry conditions.
As winter tightens its grip, the days grow shorter for the residents of the refuge and there is less daylight for checking traps. Heimo and Edna's fur count is down and when wolves invade their traplines, Edna takes matters into her own hands. Charlie works his first trapline before the season descends into darkness.