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.
Billy rallies the family toward the monumental next stage of North Star Ranch including the discovery of gold mines on the land.
The Wolfpack celebrates the remarkable life of patriarch Billy Brown. Through never-before seen footage and interviews, Billy speaks about his legacy.
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.