On Bigfoot’s Trail in Remote Northern California

On Bigfoot’s Trail in Remote Northern California

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The Bigfoot Scenic Byway winds 89 miles through deep gorges and primordial forests, past waterfalls and granite-lined lakes. Sightings have been reported – and everyone has a tale.

When the US National Forest Service named a remote and little-visited 89-mile stretch of California Route 96 the “Bigfoot Scenic Byway”, one might have been tempted to chalk it up as a well-intentioned bait-and-switch. Come for the mythical North American mega-ape, stay for the deep gorges, primordial forests, granite-lined lakes, soaring eagles and frolicking river otters that too few people get to enjoy.

But whatever the reason, naming a scenic route after the world’s least visible animal has a way of catching a curious road-tripper’s attention.

Read more at BBC.com

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