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Bear grylls running wild ed helms dating with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. On each episode, viewers watch Grylls take A-list celebrities, TV stars and even a Super Bowl-winning quarterback, Bear grylls running wild ed helms dating Brees, into untamed and untouched areas around the globe for a two-day journey. As discussed in our feature " Defending the Modern Caveman ," this is one of several survival shows that land people — some skilled and some not — in situations where they're forced to make their way back to society.
And in episode four of season two, Grylls comes to Colorado, taking comedian and actor Ed Helms into the serene Eldorado Canyon State Park and onto undisclosed private propertyan area frequented avid climbers and hikers about forty minutes northwest of Denver.
The two spent the trip tromping around in the canyon, rappelling, building a survival shelter, starting fire with flint and hunting small game. In the beginning of the resulting episode, Helms talks about how nice Colorado is and jokingly pledges to buy the whole state.
After worrying about "crapping in his adventure pants," in the end, he does not. You have successfully signed up for your selected newsletter s - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in! But the stay in Colorado was short.
Running Wild with Bear Grylls has an average viewership of about 4 million people, and those viewers — who average approximately 47 years old — are younger than most prime-time audiences.
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