Posted Wednesday, January 31, 2024
By Squatchable.com staff
A recent video posted on YouTube has caught the attention of the Bigfoot community, and it's easy to see why. The video, posted by the YouTube channel Rocky Mountain Sasquatch, appears to show a Bigfoot running up a steep mountain peak in the Wasatch Mountain Range.
The video was taken by a group of individuals who were located in the valley below, at an elevation of 4200 feet. Using a spotting telescope, they were able to zoom in on the peak, which was 9000 feet above them. The Bigfoot can be seen running both horizontally and vertically up the steep, snow-covered mountain side.
What makes this video particularly interesting is the fact that the Bigfoot is able to easily and quickly traverse the 90 inches of snow on the mountain. The video also includes a comparison with a hiker who is 6 feet tall, hiking in 18 inches of snow. The difference is striking, and it's clear that the Bigfoot is able to move through the snow with ease.
Additionally, the video includes footage of a helicopter pilot flying over the Wasatch Front mountain range, looking for evidence of the Bigfoot. The pilot did not confirm that the creature in the video was a Bigfoot, but the trackway that was found is consistent with most credible Bigfoot trackways when the creature is moving at a brisk pace.
Wrapping up, the video posted by Rocky Mountain Sasquatch is a fascinating addition to the wealth of Bigfoot evidence and footage out there. The Bigfoot's ability to move quickly and easily through deep snow is truly remarkable, and it serves as a reminder of the incredible abilities of these elusive creatures. As Bigfoot believers, we are always excited to see new footage and evidence, and this video does not disappoint. I encourage all of our readers to check it out for themselves and to continue to keep an open mind about the existence of Bigfoot.