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In the all-new Mud Mountain Haulers, bigger paydays beckon men to risk it all in the kilometre-high Cariboo Mountains of B.C. This character-driven docu-series focuses on one of the most dangerous jobs on land - logging and log hauling - and no one is willing to go steeper or higher than third-generation loggers Craig and Brent Lebeau and their crews. For a decade, the two brothers were at loggerheads, unwilling to cede an inch or a machine to the other. But wicked weather, a series of setbacks, and a declining industry have forced the Lebeau brothers to bury the axe and work together.
Craig LeBeau and his crew set up camp in a remote part of the Shuswap Highlands, on the steepest, baddest block any of them has ever seen: Gollen. Things start out well, until bad weather and a stuck truck derail the entire operation. Meanwhile, Brent's clearing a snowmobile trail for a local ski resort but, with so many jobs on the go, a mechanical oversight and impending snowfall may cost him the entire job.
A loader malfunction causes a huge bottleneck on the landing; tempers flare when Craig and Taylor attempt to relocate the 65-ton winch machine; the Glovers are moving to a new block on Erie Mountain but a critical piece of machinery goes down.
Craig and his crew log a burned section of forest north of Kamloops, but the lethal mix of ash and rainwater takes a toll on the machines and the crew; Brent and his crew clear a fire guard around a client's homestead to protect it from wildfires.
The Glovers fight harsh winter conditions on the highway while low bedding their 45-ton winch machine to Erie Mountain; when winter slams Gollen, Craig steps up his exit strategy, but breakdowns and a collision on the block threaten to delay the job.
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