Michael Kauffmann talked with Cliff Berkowitz about summer work on the Bigfoot Trail. This is part of KHUMs Happy Trails podcast series.
We are excited to announce two Bigfoot Trail work events this summer. Just sign up to reserve your spot and we will keep you up to date on the details of our time in the wilderness. June 15-20, 2018 Siskiyou Wilderness: South Kelsey Trail Brush Out June 24-30, 2018 Yolla Bolly-Middle Eel Wilderness Brush […]
Jeff Morris, a 5th generation Trinity County resident, started backpacking with his parents and grandparents in the Trinity Alps Wilderness (then Primitive Area) when he was 5 years old. Over the next 13 years his family and many others advocated for the beloved Alps to be protected through the Wilderness designation that they eventually received […]
Recently, confusion has arisen with respect to the Bigfoot Trail and another proposed route in the region. The Bigfoot Trail is not the Siskiyou Peaks Trail, also known as the Seven Summits of the Siskiyous Trail, even though the logo crafted for the Siskiyou Summit Trail route has a giant Bigfoot silhouette on it.
Terri Vroman Little joined the Board of Directors for the Bigfoot Trail Alliance in the summer of 2017. She has worked extensively with backcountry trails programs across the US and brings a unique skill set to the board.
The Bigfoot Trail Alliance is working with the Six Rivers National Forest’s Bryson Code and Janet Boomgarden to put a Master Challenge Cost Share Agreement in place. This document, with the Six Rivers National Forest as the lead forest, will recognize the trail and allow us to partner with the Klamath, Shasta-Trinity, and Mendocino to […]
The Bigfoot Trail Alliance Board of Directors met October 20-21, 2017 at Rock Creek Ranch in Del Norte County–right on the trail. We revisited our 2017 goals, set goals for 2018, and planned for the future.
It is not a good time to be on the Bigfoot Trail. Hopefully we get early rains and the fall season opens up for hiking.You can also view our interactive map for higher resolution viewing.