Bear Grylls takes off when he skinny dives with an unlucky Rainn Wilson on Running Wild

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“Every part of me is shriveled now!” Bear Grylls strips NAKED while skinny dipping with an hapless Rainn Wilson in an icy Utah lake on Running Wild

Bear Grylls lives up to its name in the latest episode of its new show by uncovering everything on a naked trek through the American wilderness.

The survivalist takes off during mountaineering training in a remote Utah forest for his National Geographic show Running Wild.

Accompanied by the American actor Rainn Wilson – best known for his lead role in the American version of The Office – Grylls, 46, goes into thin hiding in an icy river near the La Sal mountains.

Steady on: Bear Grylls lives up to its name in the final episode of its new show by exposing it all on a naked trek through the American wilderness

Referring to the unwelcome temperature of the water, Wilson (55) shouts: ‘That lake is about 55 degrees. And every part of me has shriveled now. So, um. . . sorry ladies. ‘

The actor, who greeted Grylls after being transported to Utah in a helicopter, later admitted that the arduous trek through dense forests and mountainous terrain had exhausted him.

“I’m a middle-aged suburban dad,” he admitted. “This is a bit out of my comfort zone.”

Here we go: the survivalist takes off with guest Rainn Wilson as he trains mountaineering in a remote Utah forest for his National Geographic show Running Wild

Here we go: the survivalist takes off with guest Rainn Wilson as he trains mountaineering in a remote Utah forest for his National Geographic show Running Wild

I'm Done: The actor, who greeted Bear after being transported to Utah in a helicopter, later admitted that the arduous trek through dense forests and mountainous terrain had exhausted him

I'm Done: The actor, who greeted Bear after being transported to Utah in a helicopter, later admitted that the arduous trek through dense forests and mountainous terrain had exhausted him

I’m Done: The actor, who greeted Bear after being transported to Utah in a helicopter, later admitted that the arduous trek through dense forests and mountainous terrain had exhausted him

Get Involved: Bear and Rainn are stripped naked while hiking near the La Sal Mountains

Get Involved: Bear and Rainn are stripped naked while hiking near the La Sal Mountains

The escapade comes after Grylls is allowed to install two ‘Private Property’ signs warning tourists to stay off the Welsh island, where he and his family live part-time.

The television personality bought the island of Saint Tudwal’s West in the Llŷn Peninsula, North Wales, in 2001 for £ 95,000.

He would split his time between the Welsh island – which is less than half a mile long – and his main London home, with wife Shara, 47, and their three sons Jesse, Marmaduke and Huckleberry.

Don't mind us: The pair left nothing to the imagination as they waded into an icy lake

Don’t mind us: The pair left nothing to the imagination as they waded into an icy lake

Not Happy: Rainn didn't seem impressed with the water temperature when he went with Bear on his last hike

Chilly: 'That lake is about 55 degrees.  And every part of me has shriveled now.  So, um.  .  .  sorry ladies, ”he called

Not Happy: Rainn didn’t seem impressed with the water temperature when he went with Bear on his last hike

Comradeship: The couple managed to see the funny side despite having to undress

Comradeship: The couple managed to see the funny side despite having to undress

Now, Grylls can ensure that potential visitors are deterred from visiting his island home by putting up signs warning it is private property.

The presenter has received permission from the Gwynedd Council to install two stainless steel signs, one in English and the other in Welsh.

The signs will be attached to the slipway, with the English sign measuring 1.2 meters wide and 1.3 meters high and the Welsh sign measuring 4.8 meters wide and 1.3 meters high.

Coming soon: Their escapades will be featured in the next episode of Running Wild With Bear Grylls

Coming soon: Their escapades will be featured in the next episode of Running Wild With Bear Grylls

Home: It comes after Grylls was allowed to post two 'Private Property' signs warning tourists to stay off the Welsh island, where he and his family live part-time (pictured)

Home: It comes after Grylls was allowed to post two ‘Private Property’ signs warning tourists to stay off the Welsh island, where he and his family live part-time (pictured)

They will read ‘St Tudwal’s Island West Private Property’.

There were no objections to the plans, but a neighbor said: ‘Information boards at the island jetty are reasonable and the type and size are appropriate for the location.

“Strongly suggest, however, that the Welsh name” Ynys Tudwal Fawr “be on the Welsh sign to reflect the peninsula’s language and culture that is part of its archaic uniqueness.”

Strategic: the signs will be attached to the slipway, with the English sign measuring 1.2 meters wide and 1.3 meters high and the Welsh sign 4.8 meters wide and 1.3 meters high

Strategic: the signs will be attached to the slipway, with the English sign measuring 1.2 meters wide and 1.3 meters high and the Welsh sign 4.8 meters wide and 1.3 meters high

Family: He would split his time between the Isle of Wales and London, with his wife Shara, 47, (pictured on the island) and their three sons Jesse, Marmaduke and Huckleberry

Family: He would split his time between the Isle of Wales and London, with his wife Shara, 47, (pictured on the island) and their three sons Jesse, Marmaduke and Huckleberry

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