When Justin Hartley travels, he steadily will get acknowledged as Kevin Pearson from This Is Us. So for his most recent journey, the TV star went for a trip spot the place no person would stop him for an autograph.

“I just like the idea of going someplace the place probably they haven’t heard of That’s Us,” Hartley tells PEOPLE. ” You probably can kind of have anonymity and switch spherical people like a each day explicit particular person.”

Hartley escaped to St. Elias Nationwide Park in Wrangell, Alaska, alongside along with his partner of 1 yr, Chrishell, and he’s the first to admit it was method out of his comfort zone. In a video he made in partnership with Columbia Sportswear, the couple could be seen tenting for the first time, flying in a sea airplane, having a “date evening time” atop a glacier, and experiencing a run-in with a grizzly bear.

“You’re in the middle of nowhere, truly,” Chrishell says inside the video. “You probably can solely entry it by airplane. You can’t even drive proper right here. It’s very, very distant.”

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“As shortly as we acquired proper right here, they confirmed us the place the outhouse was,” Chrishell gives. “So I was like… successfully, we’ve started.”

Justin tells PEOPLE that ahead of this getaway, whereas he and his partner beloved to journey to new cities and immerse themselves inside the custom, they weren’t truly all that adventurous—on a regular basis opting to e book resorts in just a few of their favorite places like Maui, New York Metropolis or Paris.

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“I’d certainly not been to a spot the place you’re truly off the grid,” Justin says. “In case you overlook to pack one factor, it’s not corresponding to you’re like, ‘Oh, I’ll get one after I get there, I assume.’ This place is so distant and so off the grid that you simply simply’re merely kind of caught for individuals who forgot one factor.”

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Whereas there have been showers of their cabin, the water was heated by a wood-burning fireplace, and likewise you wanted to pump your private water first proper right into a cooler after which from the cooler proper right into a pump alongside along with your foot. (“You’re kind of working while you’re showering,” Justin says.) There was moreover a “lights out” protection, so the power decrease off at a positive time each evening time, and the cabin had no wi-fi or cell phone service.

 “I see it as an excuse to slack off from work. That method after I come once more to work, I’m kind of recharged,” Justin says. “I consider that’s good in your spirit. I consider that’s good in your soul. Merely type of immerse your self in several cultures and be involved on the earth neighborhood.”

He gives, “I consider it reminds you of the important points on the earth, that are generally situations not Twitter or Instagram and piece of email. Plenty of situations it’s face-to-face contact and handshakes and hugs and points like that. It sounds just a little bit sentimental, nonetheless I consider it’s true.”

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Justin and Chrishell spent a complete lot of time collectively with out know-how on their journey. For two “kindred spirits” who had certainly not been on a snow-capped hike, pitched a tent or worn an enormous backpack, the whole journey meant pushing their boundaries.

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At one degree inside the video, Chrishell jokes with Justin, saying, “If I fall proper right into a glacier, I actually such as you” sooner than sharing a smooch inside the snow.

“In every single method it pushed us,” Justin tells PEOPLE. “But it surely certainly was successfully value it and I’d do it as soon as extra. We’re very lucky that we get to journey heaps, go to fully completely different places and experience great points collectively. As soon as I used to be in that state of affairs with Chrishell, there’s a complete lot of perception involved. You’re not solely gonna push your limits bodily, however as well as how lots can we tolerate each other. There’s no, ‘man I’m getting in your nerves, why don’t you go stare at Instagram for a pair days.’ You probably can convey a e book, nonetheless that’s about it. You’re kind of caught with each other, and we’re lucky that it labored out.”

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