In 1995, I had a
report from a good friend Dan Gerak, owner of the Pitt River Lodge,
about a fresh set of 17" Sasquatch tracks he found while hiking along
a very remote creek in the upper Pitt River country.
Dan said that he and a
couple of friends had hiked up a small creek a few miles in search of
some good rainbow trout fishing. In a very remote and rugged area they
came across four or five 17" Sasquatch tracks impressed into a
dampened natural earth slide along the creek. Dan explained the tracks
were farther apart then he could fully stretch his legs and so clear
that he could see dermal imprints in the bottoms. Interestingly, Dan
also said that while flying in helicopters over the years, he noticed
that the valley he found those Sasquatch tracks in is the only one
that links up cleanly with the Harrison Lake country and has no boxed
canyons or obstructions. A possible Sasquatch migration route?