|For Bigfoot researchers the most remarkable thing about Washington State is the vast uninhabited roadless areas of the Cascade Mountains.
The green and blue areas shown in the map below are all virtually uninhabited roadless areas. If you hike into those roadless areas for more than a mile or two from the perimeter you will likely not see another human being.
Absence of roads means that only horse packers or heavily-laden backpackers venture deeply into those zones. It is not legal to land a helicopter so foot travel or hoof travel are the only options. Not many humans go deep. It's simply too far on foot.
Over the past 20 years the BFRO has consistently received more
sighting reports from Washington State than any other state. The
locations of those incidents are not evenly distributed. There are
more sightings in mountainous areas and near the Pacific Coast.
The BFRO has been organizing expeditions in Washington state since the Skookum Expedition in 2000.
The photo below shows a legit sasquatch track found in the Cascades
(location secret). Take a close look at it, then when you have a moment pull a dollar bill from your wallet and lay it on the floor. Stand on it with your bare foot to see if you can completely cover it up like you see in this photo.
This sasquatch track is on the smaller end of the specturm for tracks found in the Washington Cascades.
The 2020 Washington Bigfoot Expedition will be led by Kevin Llewellyn
and Tom Brodhead. As usual, most attendees will be existing members of
the BFRO. If you would like to join the Washington BFRO this will be
your opportunity to meet enough members in order to be recommended for
To register for the 2020 Washington Bigfoot
Expedition see the BFRO expeditions