History Channel’s popular survival competition series “Alone” has spawned a new spinoff – “Alone: The Skills Challenge”. Shot in some of the most remote areas of the world, “Alone: The Skills Challenge” pits 3 former “Alone” participants against each other to complete bushcraft builds using only basic tools like a multitool and resources. nature that surrounds them.
The first episode of “Alone: The Skills Challenge” airs tonight, Thursday, August 4 at 10:30 p.m. on the History Channel.
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According to the show’s official synopsis, “Alone: The Skills Challenge pits 3 former Alone participants head-to-head to pull off incredible bushcraft builds using only basic tools and the natural resources around them. Their goal: to prove who has the ingenuity, experience and wilderness skills to create the most incredible survival build.From raised shelters to homemade ovens to personal watercraft, participants will give it all to amaze the ancient Alone participants who will judge the constructions Just like Alone, the challengers will document their experience themselves, but this time on their home ground.
Returning survivalists from “Alone: The Skills Challenge” include Callie North (season 3), Lucas Miller (first season), Amos Rodriguez (season seven), Britt Ahart (seasons three and five), Jordan Jonas (season six), JOel Van Der Loon (season seven) and Clay Hayes (season eight).
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