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  • Episode 1: Gabon

  • Holly Morris travels to the West African country of Gabon, one of the best places in the world to go trekking through rainforest.

  • Episode 3: El Salvador

  • Brianna Barnes travels to El Salvador, one of Central America's least visited but most spectacular countries, to go trekking across the country's dramatic volcanic landscape.

  • Episode 4: Cape Verde

  • Zoe Palmer explores the little known Cape Verde islands off the coast of West Africa. Once the centre of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, they have a harsh but spectacularly beautiful volcanic landscape.

  • Episode 5: Patagonia

  • Take a fascinating journey through Patagonia at the tip of South America. From the snow-capped Andes across the steppe-like plains to the shores thriving with wildlife, the beauty at this end of the Earth is breathtaking.

  • Episode 6: Guyana

  • Australian host Matt Young travels to Guyana in South America, a country of pristine rainforests and mighty rivers, whose people are full of Caribbean charm.

  • Episode 7: Caribbean

  • Zoe Palmer travels to the spectacular Caribbean islands of St Lucia, Martinique and Montserrat, which have volcanic mountainous interiors ideal for trekking.

  • Episode 8: Colorado

  • Holly Morris treks through 19th century America where the civilised world meets the wild frontier in Colorado.

  • Episode 9: The Balkans

  • Zay Harding travels through Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro, two countries that gained independence from the former war-torn country of Yugoslavia.

  • Episode 10: Albania

  • Zoe Palmer travels to one of the least known countries in Europe, Albania.

  • Episode 11: Australia

  • Experienced trekkers travel to some of the world’s most remote areas. Pushed to their utmost physical and mental limits, the hosts join in hair-raising activities with locals and savour the breathtaking scenery.

  • Episode 12: Papua New Guinea

  • Experienced trekkers travel to some of the world’s most remote areas. Pushed to their utmost physical and mental limits, the hosts join in hair-raising activities with locals and savour the breathtaking scenery.

  • Episode 13: Cook Islands

  • Experienced trekkers travel to some of the world’s most remote areas. Pushed to their utmost physical and mental limits, the hosts join in hair-raising activities with locals and savour the breathtaking scenery.

About the Show
Starting out along the Trail from Alice Springs, Host Zoe Palmer discovers how the local aboriginal people have managed to survive in this harsh land for thousands of years, finding water underground, and sustenance in the most surprising places

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