In epsiode two, winter is coming to the Turtle Island Preserve which means all housing must be ready for the snow. So, when a cabin is missing a roof, that's a pretty big problem.
Eustace needs all hands on hand to help him turn around a major project. What he doesn't need is a strop from city boy Justin. Sadly, that latter is what he gets.
Watch our clip to find out more.
As winter takes over the Rockies, Marty has one thing on his mind. Or rather, 150 of the same thing.
He's thinking traps, and, specifically, why his traps are empty. For a man considered one of the best trappers in the business, it's a serious issue.
As are the wolves, who seem to close in the minute Marty's snow-mobile refuses to start....
Relying on ancient survival skills, it's a race against time for the Mountain Men as they prepare for the seven-month-long winter. They may be searching for a more truthful existence but going back to nature is not as simple as you may think, and staying alive is a full time job.
Take a peek at this preview to discover some of the challenges the men have to face as they go back to basics.
You pay a high price for freedom being a mountain man as Eustace Conway reveals in this brand new series for History.
Living entirely off the land means getting your hands well and truly dirty. His work is so physical he has to eat 5,000 calories to keep maintain this tough way of life. Luckily help is at hand, and he trades his knowledge of outdoor living with families who come to stay with him.
Find out what he has to do to survive...