ITV’s Bear Grylls Mission with Anthony Joshua saw the survival expert spend two days in the wild with the British boxing champ.

The TV special originally aired back in 2018 and saw both Bear and Anthony take on some of the UK’s harshest landscapes.

But what was the location of Bear Grylls Mission with Anthony Joshua? Here’s everything you need to know.

ear's Mission with Anthony Joshua

Bear’s Mission with Anthony Joshua

Where was Bear Grylls Mission with Anthony Joshua filmed?

Bear’s Mission with Anthony Joshua was filmed in Commando Ridge in Cornwall, a location which has been home to Royal Marines training for decades.

Commando Ridge is located in Bosigran and is known as one of the UK’s most notorious climbing spots.

The boxing champ’s mission with Bear began on the UK’s iconic coastline, and soon after Anthony was taking on challenges that prove difficult even for him.

What was Bear Grylls’ Mission with Anthony Joshua about?

The aim of Bear Grylls‘ Mission with Anthony Joshua was to see if the famous boxer could handle ultra-stripped back life, and learn a whole new set of survival skills.

Joshua says goodbye to his lavish London lifestyle and embraces the harsh reality of nature.

Throughout the episode, the pair climb a very tricky cliff-edge and must feast on local wildlife – which includes a rotted sheep’s leg.

Bear's Mission with Anthony Joshua

Bear’s Mission with Anthony Joshua

How to watch Bear Grylls’ Mission with Anthony Joshua

Unfortunately, Bear Grylls’ Mission with Anthony Joshua is not currently available on the ITV Hub.

However, the episode was recently repeated on ITV1.

Clips of the ITV special can be found on Youtube.

 

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