Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles [dramatic music] BEAR GRYLLS: Anthony Mackie and I are high in the Dolomite Mountains of Italy. Doing a great job Anthony, well done. We're using an old hemp rope, just like soldiers would use in World War I, to descend the sheer rock face. It's about now I reckon Anthony's wishing he had his falcon wings at his beck and call. How are you doing Anthony? [breathing hard] I'm good. BEAR GRYLLS: You're getting there. You're like, halfway, now. Aw, man. There's this great wall-- there's no footing on this wall! BEAR GRYLLS: Keep going! I've still got you on this line, so you're good. OK. Come on. Come on. [grunts with effort] Come on. Argh. There's nothing here, Bear. OK, do you want me to come down to you? Let me come and join you. No, I do not want you on this rope with me. OK. Last bit. Walk it out. Climb it down. Come on, Anthony. Come on. Just got to make it to right there. Right there. Come on, Anthony. Come on. [nervous sounds] Oh, [bleep]. [grunting with effort] [sigh] Whoo-hoo! Great job, Anthony! Smashed it! I hate you, Bear. OK, here we go. That was really scary. When I first went over the wall, I thought I was going to fall. Smash into the rocks. Then, I kind of just wanted to tuck into a ball and roll down that cavern and smash into the rocks. But I really wanted to do it, so my sons could see me doing something crazy. And I made it down. I did it! Good job here, Anthony. Yo. That's more-- it's more awkward than it looks, isn't it? Maybe we kind of just tuck down on the edge, there. OK. I never want to do that again. No, you will never have to do that again. That was clearly tough for Anthony, and underneath the fatigue, I can tell that he's so proud of himself for making it down the mountain. Let's take two minutes, have a little drink. So, yeah, a little recovery. But good job. That was intense.