The Oscar-winning actress scales the Snowdonia Mountains in Wales with survivalist Bear Grylls

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Near, far, wherever you are, the heart does go on – even at the top of a cliff in northern Wales.

In a sneak peek at Monday’s Running Wild with Bear Grylls, Kate Winslet and the survivalist scale the Snowdonia Mountains and recreate the iconic Titanic scene between Rose (Winslet) and Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) on the front boat deck.

“Go on then, take your hands off [the equipment],” instructs Grylls, 41. “Take both hands off! I’ve got you.”

“Both hands off, wide wide,” coaxes Grylls as Winslet slowly and dramatically lets go of the mountain-climbing equipment, spreading both arms out and holding the stance.

“Jack! I feel like I’m flying!” exclaims Winslet, 39.

“Kate, do you trust me?” Grylls plays along.

“You jump, I jump, right?” says the Oscar-winning actress before finally breaking character. “Right, come on – get me down this f–––ing thing!”

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Tune in to Running Wild with Bear Grylls Monday (10 p.m. ET) on NBC to watch Winslet – who also happens to have a son named Bear, turning 2 this year – descend some scary peaks.