Jeffrey Lehmann searches for bears and learns how Mammoth's residents
coexist with the bears that live in their community. He explores the beautiful
and serene Sierra mountains and surrounding areas via horseback, mountain
bike and on an exciting off-road vehicle tour while taking in majestic
Yosemite National Park by air.
Host Jeffrey Lehmann hikes to a High Sierra lake for trout fishing on
the trail to the highest peak in the contiguous United States. He also
explores the rich history of the Eastern Sierras from the Alabama Hills
- the site of famous movies starring John Wayne and Douglas Fairbanks
Jr. - to the internment of Japanese Americans at Manzanar during World
War II. He also discovers the secrets to surviving in the wild west at
the ghost town of Bodie.
Jeffrey Lehmann takes a Jeep ecotour and introduces viewers to the many
animals of the island, including bison and the endangered Catalina Island
fox. In a once-in-a-lifetime experience, he hand feeds a wild yellowtail
while scuba diving. He also kayaks and zodiacs to beautiful and remote
island locales and dives to a breathtaking underwater preserve.
San Diego, California
Jeffrey Lehmann visits several local landmarks, including Cabrillo Monument
and the Star of India. He rides horseback in a historic California Rancho,
mountain bikes in Cleveland National Forest and swims with sea lions off
the Coronado Islands in Mexico. Viewers learn about the native Kumeyaay
Indians, as well as the excitement of flying in a barnstorming plane.
As he continues his exploration of California, host Jeffrey Lehmann visits
incredible Fern Canyon on foot, expansive Moonstone beach on horseback,
Trinity alps in a whitewater raft, the California redwoods on a mountain
bike and Humboldt Bay by kayak. Jeffrey Lehmann takes viewers to the Bigfoot