The team deals with hauling hundreds of pieces of equipment up a mountain.
Getting the team's boats and gear through the thick jungle adds a new set of challenges.
Suriname’s jungles are alive with the calls of animals.
Hiking the Stauning Alps reveals climate change's massive impact on Greenland's glaciers.
Adventure kayaker Sal Montgomery is tasked with checking out the conditions of the river.
During autumn every year, these long-lived Himalayan birds migrate south to Bhutan.
Steve follows Indonesian rock art expert Dr. Pindi Setiawan to something extraordinary.
Robbie Schmittner is a pioneer in the world of underwater cave exploration.
Steve explains why Tepuis are renowned for their endemic species.
Steve and the team find something extraordinary at the hot springs in Greenland.
Climate change drives polar bears to more and more encounters with humans.
Steve Backshall and Aldo Kane face both danger and light-hearted moments together.
Steve explains the geologic history of Majlis al Jinn in the Arabian Peninsula.
Over the course of one year, Steve had the unique opportunity to attempt 10 world firsts.
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