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.
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.
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...
A new year brings new adventures for the Browns. The Wolfpack reflect on never-before-seen moments as the family embark on a new chapter.
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.
It's been a challenging year for the Brown sisters and so the family pays tribute to the crucial role Bird and Rain play within the Wolfpack.
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.