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  • (grunting).

  • BEAR: You're doing so well just inch it out, muscle it out.

  • Push that device as far forward as you can.

  • (grunting).

  • CARA: Oh god. This is going to be so long.

  • BEAR: Dig deep, Cara. Come on, go girl.

  • (grunting).

  • CARA: Oh (bleep)!

  • BEAR: So, she's about a quarter the way and already she's grinding to a halt.

  • (grunting).

  • BEAR: You're just going to have to muscle it out.

  • CARA: Ok. Come on you bastard.

  • (theme music plays)

  • Born to be wild ♪♪

  • BEAR: Okay. Let's go.

  • CARA: I've been dropped on this very,

  • very long road and just been told to walk.

  • I've been given a key, and I do not know what this is for.

  • Uh-oh. Oh no. That is a Vespa.

  • I'm pretty sure that might be mine.

  • Oh, no!

  • Bear, where the frig are you?

  • Okay. So that's on.

  • Oh, my God. Guys.

  • I'm definitely putting my money where my mouth is.

  • This is meant to be one of my favorite things in the world.

  • To like be on adventures, to experience everything,

  • to push myself, to put myself out of my comfort zone,

  • like this is the epitome of what I love doing.

  • Come on (bleep).

  • Ooh, excuse me.

  • Woo! Yeah!

  • I'm not scared of getting hurt.

  • My biggest fear is failure but now I'm actually here I'm like,

  • just a little bit scared.

  • Which is very sad to admit.

  • Ok! Woo-hoo!

  • BEAR: The jagged mountains of Sardinia are probably the last place you'd expect

  • to see supermodel, actress, and singer Cara Delevingne.

  • That's because she's been gracing red carpets and

  • catwalks since she was a teenager.

  • And nowadays, she's making her mark in Hollywood.

  • But if you're one of her 42 million Instagram followers;

  • you'll know she has a wild, fearless side...

  • (growling)

  • She's not afraid to stand up for what she believes in,

  • and her uninhibited, unapologetic behavior has made

  • her a powerful voice to a generation of fans.

  • Cara is a fellow Brit and I know that her public persona

  • is only a small part of who she really is.

  • I can't wait to get to know the real Cara Delevingne.

  • I'm flying over the rugged mountains of Sardinia.

  • And for over 2,000 years miners have braved these steep

  • ravines and these towering cliffs looking for precious metals.

  • They reckon some of these old mining routes are still in

  • existence and Cara and me are going to try and follow one.

  • She better be ready.

  • CARA: Ahh!

  • Oh my...

  • Ha-ha!

  • Hi!

  • BEAR: Well done. CARA: How you doing?

  • BEAR: Good seeing you. Are you all right?

  • CARA: Yeah, very good. BEAR: Well done.

  • CARA: Well that was pretty cool!

  • BEAR: Okay. So from here, we're heading into the mountains.

  • But before we go, we're gonna try and strip anything

  • we think we can use off this into the helicopter and then we're out of here.

  • CARA: Okay.

  • BEAR: Fuel we should definitely take, for fire.

  • CARA: Okay. Okay.

  • BEAR: Let's try and find the fuel tank.

  • So from here we're heading straight to the mountains in the helicopter.

  • I want to use every bit of survival equipment I can off her little scooter.

  • It's going to involve being imaginative.

  • So I've got some fuel.

  • I've got a mirror.

  • I've got the battery out of the scooter.

  • I've got some wire.

  • I've got the wrench.

  • All things that I can use in the backpack.

  • CARA: This bag is getting heavy now.

  • BEAR: We're on our way. Okay, good.

  • CARA: Okay. BEAR: Let's do it. Come with me.

  • Okay. We're out of here.

  • CARA: Whoo!

  • BEAR: Improvise, adapt, overcome.

  • Here we go.

  • CARA: Oh, my God.

  • Your life is (bleep) awesome!

  • Whoo-hoo!

  • BEAR: Okay. So we're going up to about 6,000 feet.

  • CARA: Ha-ha!

  • BEAR: So it is quite high.

  • (excited noises).

  • Okay. We're gonna try and get on to one of these spires here.

  • Maybe that one there.

  • PILOT (over radio): It will be just behind this ridge.

  • BEAR: Okay. Holding on, okay. Holding on.

  • CARA: Yeah.

  • BEAR: Let me step off first. CARA: Yeah.

  • PILOT (over radio): We've got Bear stepping off.

  • Bear's off the skid.

  • She's stepping off. She's off the skid, they're clear.

  • CARA: Bye!

  • So, what just happened?

  • I got whisked away on a helicopter,

  • it's what every girl wants, right?

  • Um and just brought into this incredible, incredible landscape.

  • I don't know whether I was more scared that the ground

  • was going to fall beneath my feet or that my hair didn't

  • look good in the camera.

  • BEAR: It's pretty remote here.

  • CARA: Yes.

  • BEAR: But it's beautiful, you know.

  • CARA: So gorgeous.

  • BEAR: Our extraction is about 13 miles that way.

  • It is steep, rocky terrain.

  • Definitely badass. Perfect for you.

  • CARA: Perfect.

  • BEAR: Let's do it, okay? We're heading this way.

  • From where we've been dropped off,

  • Cara and I are over a mile high in elevation.

  • We need to head east to reach our extraction point,

  • so we'll be working our way down loose,

  • crumbling rocks and sheer cliffs,

  • similar to what miners would have done in this region

  • hundreds of years ago.

  • Our first priority is to try and reach the river valley below

  • in the hope of finding a place, to make shelter for the night.

  • Okay. So, we're essentially gonna try and keep heading down.

  • CARA: Okay.

  • BEAR: Okay. Let me just spot you down here.

  • CARA: Who's spotting you, Bear, huh?

  • Has anyone asked you that before?

  • BEAR: I know, so nice, thank you.

  • CARA: I was designed to be a rock climber.

  • My arms are far too long for my body so...

  • BEAR: Really? That's a good natural talent.

  • CARA: Well, 'cause you know your arm your spa,

  • your arm span is meant to be your height.

  • Mine is 6'1".

  • BEAR: Let's have a look.

  • Yes. You are, you are...

  • CARA: I-n't that crazy?

  • BEAR: Yes. CARA: Yeah. Rock climbing. BEAR: Good second career.

  • CARA: Yeah, right? BEAR: Yeah.

  • CARA: Go on and quit, quit my day job.

  • BEAR: Ok, careful on that, that's wet.

  • Or should I say the wet stuff is super slippery,

  • and if we slip, is a long way down.

  • CARA: Oh, wow.

  • BEAR: With an average rainfall of 40 inches,

  • this whole region is constantly wet.

  • The water carves its way through the mountain rocks

  • made up of limestone and granite and over time, erosion occurs.

  • That creates a dangerous and unstable environment.

  • BEAR: So, this stuff, really careful on.

  • CARA: Yeah, watch out. That could be us!

  • BEAR: So where were you brought up, Cara?

  • CARA: England, London.

  • BEAR: And were you kind of adventurous, or...

  • CARA: Yes. I prefer to be outside and climbing and being naked than

  • being clothed and inside and boring.

  • BEAR: I mean, who needs clothes?

  • I mean, come on, you know.

  • CARA: Yeah. Agreed. BEAR: Okay. Come up here.

  • We're right on the edge. Well done.

  • Okay. So if you turn around...

  • CARA: Okay. Whoo-hoo-hoo-hoo-hoo.

  • BEAR: That is our direction. CARA: Oh, my God.

  • BEAR: I've set up this line here.

  • And where we are here is a lot of the old mining routes,

  • so this is exactly something they'd use to get supplies in

  • and out of inaccessible places.