Posted by The Backpack Blazer
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
I don't believe in Bigfoot. But, there is no denying the strange sightings, sounds, and unexplainable occurances that have been reported in this area over the years. I'll admit, the area has a dark history. Furthermore, people I know personally and trust have encountered strange happenings here. I know people who flat out refuse to backpack into this basin. I'm happy to report that my first time here nothing out of the ordinary occurred. In fact, I was so impressed with the area I cannot wait to go back. Everything I love about the High Uintas can be found here. Now, I suspect I'll have some viewers who want in on the mystery. I've mostly gotten away from location sharing, even in obvious areas. But, given this places reputation, anyone who knows how to use google can find it pretty quickly. Tight lines.
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