Roman Dial from "Missing Dial" stars in the National Geographic Channel reality docu-series.

A renowned Alaskan adventurer and the pioneer of several adventure racing sports — including packrafting, long-distance wilderness ice-skating and canopy trekking — Roman Dial is also a professor of mathematics and biology at Alaska Pacific University. He is best known for his National Geographic sponsored traverse of the Alaska Range via mountain bike and packraft in 1996.

In 1993, Roman took his
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Roman Dial in "Missing Dial" - © National Geographic Channel

then 6-year-old son Cody Dial on his first expedition: a sixty-mile trek across Umnak Island in the Aleutians. They went on to complete several wilderness trips together in Alaska, Borneo, Bhutan, Mexico, Costa Rica and Australia. Since Cody's mysterious disappearance while on an expedition in Costa Rica in 2014, Roman has spent much of his time searching for the truth.

National Geographic Launches 'Missing Dial' — Premiering Sunday, May 22, the new reality crime series follows a covert investigation into the disappearance of adventurer Cody Dial in a Costa Rica jungle. Read more...

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