Hunting in Alaska – The Final Reflection

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Ian Harford and Steve Wild are safely back in the UK following their unforgettable Alaska hunting adventure.

throughout the previous twelve episodes of the hunting in Alaska series, we have followed the team as they battle against incredible life-threatening storms, taken on unforgiving Alaskan terrain and experienced on some incredible hunts that they will remember for the rest of their lives.

On Hunting in Alaska episode 13, Ian Harford and Steve Wild reflect on not only the past two weeks hunting out in the Alaska Wilderness but the months of preparation leading up to the hunting trip.

With preparations for the hunting trip to Alaska starting earlier in the year. Ian and Steve had to prepare their bodies for the physical demand for the intense and extreme hunting environment. Taking on regular simulated hikes, CrossFit workouts and losing weight. With physical preparations underway, it was essential they selected the correct type of equipment to keep them safe from the elements.  They take us through their clothing, equipment, scopes, rifles and ammunition that would prove pivotal to their success.

Finally, the team reflects on the day-to-day memories they have taken away from their Alaska hunting adventure. Reflecting on the incredible views, challenging weather conditions, impenetrable terrain and of course, successful hunting stories. There were plenty of amazing things that happened during the entire adventure which you can discover on our Hunting in Alaska series on Team Wild TV.

Ian and Steve share their highlights from the trip, and memories they will cherish forever. A final message from Ian Harford encourages anyone to go out there and do something amazing:

“I hope you’ve enjoyed the journey, I hope you’ve got some inspiration yourselves to go and do something amazing!
It’s a big world out there, there’s some incredible sceneries, some incredible environments and some incredible people. Give yourselves the opportunity.”

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