Wild at Heart

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They're burned-out workaholics, bored retirees, urban dwellers, and outdoor "un-enthusiasts". So why are they suddenly climbing mountains and whitewater kayaking? Meet a group of nature neophytes who crave a true wilderness experience but aren't sure how to get started. This exhilarating reality series challenges our budding adventurers to get off the couch and conquer their fears.

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