字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (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. CARA: Mm-hmm. BEAR: We're gonna use this. Clip onto it, okay, and just go across. CARA: Terrifying. BEAR: I'm gonna give you a little Jumar device you can clip on. CARA: Great. BEAR: And you can pull yourself along. The first bit's gonna be easy because your weight gravity will take you down. CARA: Yeah. And then that second bit... BEAR: Second half just use that to pull yourself along. CARA: Pull. BEAR: But it will work your, work your guns, okay? And just don't look down. CARA: Okay. I've done that too much already. BEAR: Okay. This is called a Tyrolean traverse. It's 150 feet across, and 200 feet above the jagged rocks and shallow pools below. Cara, will be attached to this line and she's gonna have to pull her way across. BEAR: So you put it on like that. CARA: Yeah, and close it off. BEAR: Click it, and it won't come back. CARA: Great. BEAR: Okay? Okay. So that's the way to do it. You have the longer one initially, and then you put your weight on it. CARA: Then sink down. BEAR: So now you're on with both of those and that, and then you've just got to trust it. CARA: Okay, bye. Good luck. (chuckles) Now I'm scared. Now I'm a little scared. Oh, no, that's no joke. That's no joke. Oh, no. What's he doing? BEAR: Oh, this is hard work. Okay. So, quite a long way down. And I can tell already this is gonna be a physical one. CARA: Oh, no, Mr. Grylls. Oh, no. BEAR: Oh, my God, that's a workout. Definitely hard work. I made it across, if I'm honest though, only just. Okay, you're good, Cara. You know the bit I said about gravity doing the first bit? CARA: Yeah? BEAR: That's wrong. You're just gonna have to muscle it out most of the way. CARA: Oh, no. (rushing water) BEAR: Okay. You're good, Cara. You know the bit I said about gravity doing the first bit? CARA: Yeah. BEAR: That's wrong. You're just gonna have to muscle it out most of the way. CARA: Oh, no. Hopefully I'll get across before I get scared. That's what I'm hoping for. So speed is my, my key. Which probably isn't very clever but whatever. (groans) BEAR: I'll tell you what, this is gonna be a workout for her. Oh, my God. CARA: Oh, God, I'm scared. Bro, oh, no. (grunting). Oh, (bleep). This is gonna be so long! BEAR: There's so much friction with the rope and the carabiner over it that each couple of feet is like a pull-up. CARA: (bleep)! (sighs) BEAR: So she's about a quarter of the way and already she's grinding to a halt. Come on, Cara. You can do this. (grunting). Push that device as far forward as you can.