The Blizzard Challenge
Olly isn't enjoying activity camp. Why should he bother building a shelter or foraging for food with his teammates - he'd rather be at home in the warm and dry; where the sofa and the video games are.
The Desert Challenge
Sophie loves activity camp . . . but is terrified of insects. It's so bad that she won't go into the tent on her own; just in case something flies at her; or she steps on a creepie- crawlie. But when she's given a compass by one of the other boys on the campsite; Sophie is magically transported to the desert on an adventure where they're impossible to avoid!
The Jungle Challenge
Omar is fiercely competitive and very impatient about anything that holds him back. . . especially other people. Activity camp is brilliant because he's the best at all the challenges; it's just so annoying that not all his teammates are as quick or brave or strong as he is. It would be much easier just to ditch them and go it alone.
The Sea Challenge
Chloe is enjoying activity camp and all the outdoor fun - what's not to like? But she can't understand why everyone goes on and on about 'leaving things the way you found them'. After all; what's the big deal about a bit of litter in the middle of the woods? The world is big enough for a bit of rubbish not to matter.
The River Challenge
Anything that means he might have to swim and Jack is the first to duck out of it. But when he falls into a small stream at Camp; he's not just embarrassed - he's been transported to a raging river where dangers lurk around every bend. Luckily; the inspirational adventurer Bear Grylls is there to guide him through the treacherous waters and give him back some of his lost confidence...
The Earthquake Challenge
Fatima's loving Camp during the daytime; but pitch-black nights in the tent are scary. Then she's given a mysterious compass that transports her to a deserted city; where the aftershocks of a huge earthquake are still being felt and all the lights are out - and the buildings are falling down around her. But soon Fatima meets up with survival expert Bear Grylls; who helps her get safely out of the danger zone. Together they discover that the city's not quite as deserted as it seemed . . . and Fatima learns a few things about staying calm no matter what happens.
The Volcano Challenge
Charlie loves a challenge - he's addicted to video games and an expert at figuring our how to get to the next level. But sometimes the real world can seem a bit dull. Then he finds himself on the slopes of an active volcano; with red-hot lava heading his way! There's no time to be bored with Bear as his guide out of danger . . .
The Safari Challenge
Evie likes new experiences - except for being extremely fussy about what she eats. Suddenly she finds herself on a sun-baked safari with Bear Grylls; where food and water are scarce and dangerous wild animals prowl the plains. To survive; Evie must eat what she can; when she can ... even if it seems absolutely disgusting.
The Cave Challenge
A mysterious compass with a fifth direction transports a young boy to an extensive cave system filled with bats; treacherous drops and hidden dangers. Luckily; survival expert Bear Grylls is on hand to guide him safely out; facing his fears and gaining in confidence along the way.
The Mountain Challenge
A mysterious compass with a fifth direction transports a young girl to a mountain top high above sea level; where the air is thin; the steep drops are treacherous and the conditions tough. Luckily; survival expert Bear Grylls is on hand to guide her safely down the mountain; facing her fears and gaining in confidence along the way.
The Arctic Challenge oe gets on well with everyone; enjoys camp and all the activities and is always up for a challenge. But he has a big problem with remembering directions and following instructions. When he gets a mysterious compass from a friend; he sets off on an adventure with Bear Grylls in the freezing cold Arctic tundra; where knowing where you're going is crucial to survival...
The Sailing Challenge
Mia loves to take charge and be a leader - she's not lacking in confidence and throws herself into every experience. Except she's terrible at taking a back seat and letting others have their say. A mysterious compass leads her to an unexpected adventure with Bear Grylls sailing the high seas. Can Bear show Mia the importance of teamwork and how dangerous the ocean can be if the captain doesn't have a crew who will work together?
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