I just channel surfed into an interesting looking program called No Boundaries on the Outdoor Life Network. I've only been watching for 20 minutes but it looks quite interesting. Here's a rundown from the web site
"On a remarkable journey of mind, body and spirit, this inspirational new series follows a group of extreme adventurers on a life-changing trek to the Arctic Circle as they band together against the elemental forces of nature.
Guided by extreme sports champion Troy Hartman ("Senseless Acts of Video") as the show's host, these 15 brave souls will travel over 2,000 miles through spectacular wilderness and breathtaking scenery on an empowering 30-day journey about teamwork, leadership and adventure. Ranging in age from 19 to 53 and from varying walks of life, they must instantly band together, rely on one another and work swiftly towards a common goal.
Kicking off on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, the expedition will make its way north across some of North America?s most rugged terrain to the picturesque vistas of the Yukon and into the Arctic Circle. Sometimes the group will travel by fairly conventional means, such as commercial fishing boat, seaplane, racing yacht or llama. Other days, it will not be so easy as they rock climb, canoe along raging interior waterways, traverse fast-moving river waters on slippery logs, rappel down jagged cliffs into canyon gorges, mountain bike, cross vast river canyons suspended by cables, kayak above the tree line among alpine glaciers, river raft through treacherous rapids, navigate old mining tunnels, ice climb, hike along the ocean coastline and bushwhack through dense forests.
Every 48 hours, the group will designate a new leader. In addition to guiding the team through the day?s amazing travels, the man or woman in charge must make the difficult decision of what one person will not continue on the expedition. Ultimately, only the most resourceful leader will prevail to claim the Grand Prize of $100,000 and a Ford Explorer Sport Trac."
What little I've seen it's almost like a merged Survivor with challenges for rewards.
Has anyone else been watching this?