‘Alaskan Bush People’ Brown Bear Gets ‘Extreme’ During Day of Climbing

The new season of “Alaskan Bush People” is about to premiere and become a reality TV star Brown bear is already getting into the extreme spirit by embarking on his very first climbing adventure. Bear went out climbing with a few “ABP” crew members on the Whistler Canyon Trail in eastern Washington. Bear was excited to talk about his first time mountaineering and it looks like there will be more climbing in his future.

“I’ve always wanted to go mountaineering! And I finally got my chance!” he wrote on Instagram.

Bear and Carly

Bear has previously spoken about his friendship with Carly and took a selfie with her before embarking on the climb. While describing what happened, he made sure to explain that it wouldn’t have been possible without Carly’s expert advice.

“I started with a small cliff, not bad for my first real climb! I hope to do a lot more in the near future and improve my climbing skills! I had the opportunity thanks to the AWESOME safety lady Carly who has become a good friend of mine, I went with Ray Kenya and Carly who are all part of the security team protecting our show team!My first ascent was a total blast and I can’t wait for the next one! The rope is pink because it was Carlys’ special rope, she was the first climber, she really knows her stuff! EXTREME stitches all day. Here are some pics from the adventure, my very first ascent! Thank you Carly!!!”

Whistler Canyon Trail

Bear revealed the trailhead sign for the hike and climb they did in Washington. He shared photos of the crew hiking to the ascent location. The full trail loop is 24 miles with an elevation gain of 3,000 feet.

According to the trail site:

“This hike is actually a completed portion of the PacificNorthwest Trail. It climbs steeply at the start and offers great views of the Okanogan Valley, and if you climb high enough, the North Cascades. It also has some great hiking opportunities. wildlife viewing Hikers often report seeing mountain goats on rock faces above the trail, and mule deer, bears, groundhogs, and wild turkeys have often been spotted here as well.

almost a father

Bear is no doubt eager to pass on all his extreme activities to his child, and recently revealed that he and Raiven are expecting a boy.

“Hi everyone! Guess what? Raiven and I are having a boy!!! And we couldn’t be more excited! It’s hard to believe this time next year I’m actually going to be a dad! Thanks to everyone for following my family, and me all this time! Thank you for staying with us and thank you for always being there for us! Thank you and God bless you!!!!”

The new season of “Alaskan Bush People” airs Wednesday, December 4 at 8 p.m. on the Discovery Channel.