The Pacific Northwest is a
beautiful part of the country to travel around, and looking for
Bigfoot evidence can be a fun way to theme a day (or more) of
touring and hiking.
But some areas have had more
regular sightings or other evidence of Bigfoot activity than
others, and if you go to the places where he has been seen
before, you'll at least develop more of an appreciation about
the places he may inhabit and also get a sense of the challenges
in sighting Bigfoot.
A Suggested Sightseeing Day
Although there are several different places you could travel to
from Seattle when searching for Bigfoot, we suggest you consider
going east on I-90. This is the easiest direction to drive
in from a traffic and road quality perspective, and in little
more than 45 minutes you'll be at interesting places to stop and
Travel East on I-90 from Seattle.
Go first to Rattlesnake Lake - see BFRO sighting report
Take exit 70 off I-90, proceed back west alongside the freeway
then onto forestry road
Then continue to
Return back on I-90 to North Bend, sighting report 24755
Amazon books -
four of a four part series on Bigfoot;
see also :
All about Bigfoot in the Pacific Northwest
2. Where and When to
3. How to Search for Bigfoot
suggested Bigfoot touring around Seattle
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published 1 May 2009, last update
28 Nov 2012
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