Below is a complete Eco-Challenge episode list that spans the show's entire TV run. Photos from the individual Eco-Challenge episodes are listed along with the Eco-Challenge episode names when available, as are the dates of the original airing of the episode. Eco-Challenge episodes from every season can be seen below, along with fun facts about who directed the episodes, the stars of the and sometimes even information like shooting locations and original air dates. This list is made up of items like “New Zealand 2001 Episode 2” and “Fiji 2002 Episode 3.” Are you remembering a funny scene but can't think of the name that the Eco-Challenge episode is from? Scroll below and you'll find what you're looking for.
During the event, the heat of the desert scorched the teams by day; by night they shivered together as temperatures plummeted. Of the 50 teams that began the event, only 21 officially finished.
New England 1995
Twelve international teams were invited to compete in this 320-mile race; only eight teams were able to officially finish.
British Columbia 1996
The third Eco-Challenge event was held in the Canadian province of British Columbia in 1996. Only 13 other teams officially finished what competitors claimed as an endurance race of a lifetime ...more
Held in tropical North Queensland, the race introduced the added peril of local wildlife including poisonous snakes, spiders and plants as well as the ever-present danger of crocodiles.
For the first time, the race included two new disciplines: coasteering, where competitors scrambled along the Atlantic coastline, climbing boulders and negotiating cliff edges in a rush to beat ...more
Held in the extreme terrain of Patagonia, this proved to be the most competitive Eco-Challenge yet with the top finishing teams from past Eco-Challenge races competing together for the first ...more
The seventh Eco-Challenge in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo offered competitors a chance to explore one of the last truly wild places on Earth. With over 2,000 species of animals on the island of ...more
New Zealand 2001 Apr 21 2002
Seventy-Five international teams, each with four competitors converge on the South Island of New Zealand in October, 2001. The teams traversed 500 kilometers of breathtaking terrain that tested ...more
New Zealand 2001 Episode 2 Apr 21 2002
New Zealand 2001 Episode 3 Apr 22 2002
New Zealand 2001 Episode 4 Apr 23 2002
New Zealand 2001 Episode 5 Apr 24 2002
New Zealand 2001 Episode 6 Apr 24 2003
Fiji 2002 May 05 2003
Day One. The 10-day race adventure begins. The creator, Mark Burnett, reveals the task before the 81 Teams compete for the course. The narrow, remote river gorges present opportunities for teams ...more
Fiji 2002 Episode 2 May 06 2003
The race continues. Teams make use of their mountain bikes to explore deep into the heart of the jungle, passing cascading waterfalls and curious villagers.
Fiji 2002 Episode 3 May 07 2003
Day Three and Day Four events continue. The jungle takes its toll on the racers as they navigate and trek over mountain ranges and highlands, bushwhacking through intense jungles to remote ...more
Fiji 2002 Episode 4 May 08 2003
The remaining events continues. Team Seagate.com finished the 501km course in first place with the total time of 6 days, 22 hours, and 51 minutes. They were followed by Team GoLite/Balance in ...more