Weekend Watch: Can you survive like a bear?

Backpacker and Climbing magazine editors put their running, foraging, and hibernating skills to the test.
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Our sister publication, BACKPACKER magazine, are the masterminds behind the highly-anticipated Bear Week—a full week celebrating the magnificent bruins with stories about all sorts of topics, from scaring away a bear to polar bears in jail. In this new gameshow segment, three editors put their skills to the test to find out how they measure up to the wild predators. Who do you think will win?

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