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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Viewing Bigfoot Country in a Helicopter

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1 comment:

Ted Campbell said...

Everyone has different directions to get to one place or another. the easiest way ti get to the old Weller Pit is to stay on Canary Rd till you come to Grant Creek Rd. Turn onto Grant Creek and go past Hone Camp to the end and you will be looking a the old pit. It operated from 1934-73 under the ownership Of The Murphy Co. out of Mapleton. It is around 38 to 40 miles to the pit from 101. Its a steep rough road timber access road so be careful. No roads into that area from I 5. Nearest road is Sweet Creek outside Mapleton but it doesnt go through anymore to the pit. Back in the 50s I worked up there in the mountains and I don't know about bigfoot but cougars and bear are thick in that part of the mountains. Did see some very large human like prints back up in there in 1950 but I dont know what made them.