The Best Episodes of Mountain Men

There are so many good episodes of Mountain Men, but which ones really stand out? Do you like "No Rest for the Weary" the best, or is "No Way Out" your favorite episode of Mountain Men? To determine once and for all what the best episodes of Mountain Men are, let's rank every Mountain Men episode from best to worst.

The reality TV series Mountain Men follows the everyday stories of people who live in the mountains and wilderness in remote parts of North Carolina, Alaska, and other U.S. locations. Narrated by D.B. Sweeney, Mountain Men airs on the History Channel and made its debut on May 31, 2012.

Vote up your favorite episodes of Mountain Men, and downvote any bad episodes that you really didn't enjoy, despite how much you love the series as a whole. It can be painful to put one Mountain Men episode over the other when there are so many good ones, which is why you can vote on however many episodes you like.

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  • Winter is Coming

    Winter is Coming

    11 votes
    Season 1 Episode 1: The Mountains of North America haunt the imagination, masking a danger few are willing to confront. Despite the challenges, some choose to live this way, the last of their kind.
  • The Night's Watch

    The Night's Watch

    6 votes
    Season 2 Episode 2: Marty Meierotto arrives at his Alaska trapline, but the unseasonably warm weather is impeding his plans. In North Carolina, Eustace Conway discovers two headless chickens in his henhouse, and begins a hunt for the predator responsible.
  • End of the Line

    End of the Line

    6 votes
    Season 2 Episode 9: Charlie spends the night injured and alone in Maine. In Montana Tom investigates signs of a predator lurking too close to home. Eustace rushes to raise money to make his loan payment.
  • Training Day

    Training Day

    6 votes
    Season 3 Episode 7: Rich runs his hunting dogs through a gauntlet of tests to determine which will become the new leader of the pack. Marty sets out on foot to cut a new trap line and salvage his season.