When the Hailstones move locations... our crew has to follow with ALL of their gear, food, and more! See what it takes to film in remote Alaska.
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Getting To Kiwalik - Behind the Scenes | Life Below Zero
Kiwalik is a location full of adventure, but getting there isn't the easiest journey to make. What are your thoughts on the crew's experience?
EDITING REALITY (5 months ago)
National Geographic well first off I love the show, I would be the kind of person to love living that kind of life, I love cold and snow, any inclement weather, I give your crew alot of respect for creating this show, it takes a certain kind of person. The Hailstones are my favorite, I love how they teach true resourcefulness to their girls and preserve their way of life, they show that you don't need technology and money to be happy, I'm sure they get a good amount from the show but I've heard they use it for their entire Inuit tribe and village, helping one another, isn't that what true living is all about?
Bean Counter (5 months ago)
Kap Sing Thang (5 months ago)
Rudresh G P (5 months ago)
So many cameras and power banks ... Great job guys
BELAJAR BAHASA (5 months ago)
I need someone help me to learn English
It's What we do (5 months ago)
First to like
Naturschutz Norddeutschland (5 months ago)
Great adventure for that brave guys. Amazing.
Neha Singh (5 months ago)
selena n. chavez (5 months ago)
That is amazing and brave of you guys. Everything you do just to catch footage of the freezing land. Thank you, I hope you stay safe.