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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.

Genres: Drama | Action
Station: Discovery Channel (CA)
Rating: 10/10 from 1 users
Status: To Be Determined
Start: 2021-01-25

Mud Mountain Haulers Season 1 Air Dates


S01E01 - Mud Man Down Air Date: 26 January 2021 02:00 -

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Craig Lebeau and his team are pushed to the breaking point after a serious accident with a fully loaded logging truck traps their lead driver. With mud on the mountain– the worst it has been in years – the accident forces everyone to re-examine whether having the most dangerous job in Canada is worth it.


S01E02 - Blood Is Thicker Than Mud Air Date: 02 February 2021 02:00 -

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When Craig's little brother Brent cuts corners to get extra wood off the mountain, a mistake shuts the entire operation down; with the business hanging in the balance, Craig needs to decide if he can bail Brent out.


S01E03 - For the Love of Muddy Air Date: 09 February 2021 02:00 -

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Craig's newest driver must prove himself on Mud Mountain; facing ice, muck and massive pressure, Theron tries to stay ahead of the fleet, only to be stopped by someone else's mistake.


S01E04 - Beyond Ugly Air Date: 16 February 2021 02:00 -

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Things go south when Craig's brother Brent borrows a logging machine, leading to a risky mountainside recovery; veteran log hauler Dan Millar battles rough roads and torn up tires to make it to the mill.


S01E05 - Pain in the Backwoods Air Date: 23 February 2021 02:00 -

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Trouble on the traction line leaves Craig frustrated by endless breakdowns; a driver fights a chronic back injury to keep the trucks moving and a log hauler goes off the road forcing an all-night rescue.


S01E06 - Ring Road Air Date: 02 March 2021 02:00 -

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An early spring thaw turns a road building project on a mountain cutblock into a muddy battle for Brent and Taylor; Craig locks horns with his son-in-law over a mechanical breakdown; the boss receives a call that could jeopardize his entire operation.


S01E07 - Wood Or Won't Air Date: 09 March 2021 02:00 -

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With the last mill shutting down, Craig shifts into overdrive; the late season push hits hard on the crew and the equipment; as breakdowns add up, star driver Taylor hits his breaking point, forcing a stand-off with the boss.


S01E08 - Break Up Air Date: 16 March 2021 01:00 -

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The LeBeau brothers' fleet battles muddy, sinking roads to get the last logs down the mountain before spring break up sends them all home; on a steep cutblock, Craig rolls a buncher for the first time, sending his crew scrambling to get him out of the smoky machine.

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