WHY DO YOU WANT TO HIKE THE Bigfoot Trail? Printed Map Set Sweepstakes • $50.00 value! Two map sets were crookedly cut during the printing process. While aesthetically imperfect, the data and maps are quite perfect. So it is time for a Bigfoot Trail Alliance sweepstakes! to Enter tell us Why you want to hike the BFT Comment on […]
We re-launched our online forum so users can post their experiences about the trail, share hiking conditions, discuss resupply options, and more. Registered users can: Customize your community with fully editable profile fields that allow your users to describe themselves. Allow your users to modify their account and notification settings directly from within their profiles. […]
Originally published at blog.conifercountry.com Pondering the 2016 hiking season… I have tracked how Klamath Mountain snowpack is correlated with the beginning of summer hiking season since 2003. In 2009 I started the Bigfoot Trail on the summer solstice, and it worked out perfectly—I found the perfect mix of snow, open trail, and manageable river crossings. In 2011 […]
In an interview with Joshua Yates, from Bristol, Tennessee, we capture his experiences along the Bigfoot Trail during his early summer 2015 southbound hike.
We now have an interactive map showing the latest fire perimeters along the trail, thanks to Jason Barnes. CLICK HERE for direct link.
This, the first in our series of podcasts about the trail, is an interview with Vern Higham. Vern has hiked sections of the Bigfoot Trail in 2012, 2013, and 2015. His experiences were captured as a podcast on August 4th, 2015 when the fires in and around Hayfork forced him off his southbound hike–75 miles […]