Head to the Alaskan Bush with the Browns - a family of seven children who live off the grid and depend on each other to survive in the wilderness.
The Wolfpack arrives on their new property in the most remote frontier of the lower 48. But the long winter wreaks havoc on the family's attempt to settle in.
The Browns begin an ambitious barn build, the key to Billy's grand vision. Plus, Noah returns, reuniting the entire wolfpack for the first time since Alaska.
Disaster strikes as floods plague the region, and the Browns must balance the fate of their new community with the success of their homestead.
Noah invents an ingenious device to rid their homesite of moles. Billy gives daughter Rain major responsibility as barn construction goes full bore at the ranch.
Ami prepares for a critical medical check-up, but Billy has concerns about progress on the homestead while they're away. A rogue bear destroys Bam's new beehives.
Barn construction is all hands on deck, but someone isn't pulling their weight. The family confronts Bam when he pays more attention to his own projects.
The Wolfpack braces for a looming wildfire that threatens completion of the barn. Ami and Billy return with an important health update.
The Wolfpack races to complete the first major build of their new ranch. Plus, the Brown family adds a new member as Noah marries his sweetheart Rhain.
The Browns kick off an ambitious plan. Bear and the siblings throw caution to the wind on a critical first project disassembling and transporting a 50-foot windmill.
A hungry bear breaks into Noah's tent and terrifies the livestock. Later, the windmill assembly takes the siblings to dangerous new heights.
With a massive storm predicted, the siblings rush to complete a project to capture and store water. Gabe prepares for his wedding with a surprise bachelor party.
The wolfpack prepares for their first ever wedding in the bush. But emotions run high and the Browns struggle to keep their most ambitious project on track.
A hungry predator encroaches, forcing Bird and Gabe to take stronger action. Bam Bam must play nice with his siblings to break ground on his homestead.
When an ostrich lays its first egg, the Brown siblings rush to work out how to incubate it. And, Bear gets a special visit from a girl on North Star Ranch.
The Browns flee the mountain during a dangerous lightning storm in the heat of fire season. To ensure their safety, they devise ingenious new fire safety measures.
As the siblings race to finish their water system, Billy gets news that shakes the Wolfpack. Bear goes hunting and reflects on a big life decision.
It's late fall and the Browns kickstart their ambitious cabin build. Plus, the family attempts to organise an extreme wedding in the mountains.
Gabe is attacked by an aggressive ostrich and loses one of his most prized possessions in the process. Plus, the family prepare the land for winter.
When the ranch comes under fire from encroaching hunters, Gabe decides to learn to ride a horse as the family constructs a fence around the property.
The Browns rush to build livestock shelters as a life-threatening cold front reaches the mountain. The siblings are forced to make a risky journey.
The ranch faces another crisis when the water supply freezes. Plus, the Wolfpack must problem solve to get the house back on track in time for the deep freeze.
Bear stays in the woods overnight after learning some life-changing news. Plus, Sister Bird makes an unusual gift for Gabe and Bam works on the house.
The Browns prepare for a medieval-themed birthday celebration for Baby Eli. And, they complete the main house before a huge wildfire strikes.
Billy rallies the family toward the monumental next stage of North Star Ranch including the discovery of gold mines on the land.
After the wildfire sweeps through the mountain, the Wolfpack returns to their homestead to assess the damage the fire has left in its wake.
With the Browns committed to rebuilding, Bear gets the chance to finally meet his son River for the first time. But Bird grapples with her future.
Rain, Snowbird and Bear return to the Alaskan bush for the first time in over three years. Bam Bam and Gabe repair a crucial part of their mountain road.
An incoming storm threatens to cut the siblings' Alaska trip short. But surprise news from Billy sends them on a quest to reunite with an old friend.
As the Wolfpack race to build a new "Boomtown" inspired basecamp, an unexpected tragedy strikes, and the family must grieve one of its own.
The Browns rally to bring Billy's beloved animals to the mountain. Bear and Raiven reconcile, and Bear welcomes son River to North Star for the first time.
The Browns are reeling from the death of their patriarch, Billy Brown. They must quickly decide on difficult next steps or jeopardize their mountain dream.
As gold fever strikes, the Wolfpack balances preparations to honour Billy with a mission to haul 80-tons of old goldmining equipment up the mountain.
The Browns meet their match bringing salvaged mining equipment to life. Bird and Rain aim to complete the horseback riding lesson their dad couldn't give them.
The Browns race to pull together a unique celebration based on a traditional Alaskan custom to honour their late patriarch. But some question the future without him.
Ami challenges the Wolfpack to step out of their comfort zone. They must take on something they've always wanted to experience outside of the bush.
It's Spring and the Wolfpack's ambitions push them in new directions. Gabe and Bam ramp up their efforts to rebuild the ranch by turning burnt trees into lumber.
Deep in the wilderness lives a family who was born and raised wild. The Browns live off the grid far from civilisation and rely on each other to survive.
On the eve of their journey back to Alaska, Bird faces a life-changing crisis. Plus, Bear and Raiven decide to move up the mountain and begin their life as a family.
While Bird undergoes emergency surgery, Gabe embarks on a risky mission for his homestead build. Raiven gets her first lesson in off-grid building with Bear.
The siblings touch down in Haines, Alaska, on a mission to find a new homestead for Noah. Meanwhile, Bam and Gabe face hungry predators coming out from hibernation.
Noah risks losing a dream property when he volunteers to help an off-grid family in need. Bear invents a new way for him and Raiven to accomplish a tedious chore.
The Brown siblings battle boat issues while racing to meet a deadline. And, Bam strives to save the ranch money by learning from a local hay farmer.
The Browns must navigate the treacherous Wrangell Narrows on course for the storied Mosman Island. But stormy seas threaten their journey.
Noah must complete a tricky barter to secure an ideal Alaskan home. Back on Mosman Island, the emotion of the Alaskan trip takes its toll on Rain.
The Wolfpack moves to fulfil Rain's goal of mining gold on the mountain. But other big projects like Gabe's cabin build must compete for priority.
Bird and Noah race to overcome big obstacles to get their gold mining setup operational. Bam and Mother Ami set up their first longhorn calf sale.
The Wolfpack struggles to bring their 50-year-old mining equipment back to life. Rain makes an emotional return to resume her role as Brown mine boss.