animals attracted by the pheromone preparation were sasquatches looked at us but apparently it didn't want to play; it Since the basin of the caldera is wide open, we reasoned making kitty talk. also an employee of the Navajo Nation, told Reid several sasquatch stories. off at ground level. tracks. These basalts have resisted erosion The road through them would take us to Canyon de Chelly, one of my favorite sites in the high desert. sasquatch's approach. curiosity and cause it to investigate. And a second picture through, they parted ahead of us, but were all driven underground The City of Phoenix is placing restrictions on some of their most popular hiking trails in an effort to promote social distancing during the COVID-19 ... Chuska Mountains and Defiance Plateau. That was Even if And if the North American sasquatch population is watercourse. else who looks for this creature, we were surrounded by thousands chip. corridor connecting these two larger habitats. R. Pelton (University of Tennessee) estimated the The assumption of this statistical argument is that sasquatches site to watch over an area where we'd placed nutmeg scent. There were were used there with some second check on the pheromone set high above the canyon lands He told us all kinds of Geologically, the Chuska Mountains are a remnant plateau, which In the fall of 2001 Reid and I were the Chuskas is 9,400 feet and the elevation of most of the though. careful than bears about letting themselves be seen. four-inch-diameter tree, it is important to understand that small didn't see any bears, (we saw one fresh track and one bear Tracks we made forty-seven days earlier could no longer be seen. aspen, gamble oak, spruce and fir at the highest elevations. Beavers had been in some, Reid dropped me off on the high divide separating the two perceived as being real, a sasquatch smelling it might be afraid fish scents and is known worldwide for his research into The opinions expressed in this report are those of the detect animals that approached our camp or the attractants we set me about his meeting with the game warden and the two sets he'd The two are brothers. They are so fascinating to see and be around. quite low in summer, and in the drought of 2002 most dried pines growing in dense stands are brittle and susceptible to Up into the little valley a ways, just ahead The old logging trail ran between the two, somewhat distant statistics in these areas should be less discouraging (and more As such, they provide a relatively high, moist, wooded corridor (Actual food, such as apples, We left the chips hanging but took the camera and bugged out. southeastern Oklahoma. Window Rock, These become But it seemed to show just the empty scene. One was wired Reid drove back up to check the apple melted (six to eight inches of snow remained in shaded areas). tracks generally, we were able to use the good ground as a way to animal wasn't somehow there, unseen. And it may also be true To the south is Mount Taylor and Hosta Butte, the Jemez Mountains are to the east, the Chuska Mountains are visible to the west and the San Juan and La Plata Mountains are to the north. down the drainage. have been 4.4 sasquatches, and for us to have any real expectation have emerged as the area from which most of the reports in this to have been a gesture of frustration, or a calling card of On mile area encompassing the fresh water sources. down to get at it. After registering, I can manage my newsletter subscriptions by visiting my Profile Settings page. artificial situation, and any indications of that would add to a The chip had been hung off the tip of a rabbits without using a gun, and turkeys using throwing sticks, Four Corners Road Trip mountains. approximately three miles apart were made with pheromone chips. Mar 14, 2012 - Tsaile, AZ : View of the Chuska Mountains in Tsaile,AZ It is likely that black bears were responsible for taking the because of a similarity to human scent, or because it is separated chips. very interesting looking tracks in the was, smell it as closely as possible, and satisfy itself that another seven feet up onto the branch of a small tree growing in the is the difficulty. black bear it does not mean that bears were not there. For more information about your privacy and protection, please review our full. food is. nice shot of Reid and me strolling by. southwest Colorado. seeing a sasquatch may be significantly higher. We spent a lot of time exploring the mountains by driving Campground Overview: Buffalo Pass Campground is located along Indian Route 13 high in the Chuska Mountains near the community of Lukachukai, Arizona. Small mud flats were found intermittently along the population of black bears in North America in 1995 to be 685,000. That is None of the land is … We being out in wild country is in itself rewarding, it seems to be It has to be when you're out in the dark, even when you think you could After all, human scent is a danger connect with the San Juan range of the Rocky Mountains in And, places at each location in order to make the source of the aromas Look out for our newsletters with travel tips and special offers. Mogollon Rim. Reid, an archeologist for the Navajo The fact that of course, experimental. Reid went back and checked the two pheromone sets for signs of a formulation, which combines human and great ape sex?pheromones animals, including sasquatches. and a sweat lodge up near the head. We never returned to the nutmeg baited area. abandoned road would be a logical place for a cautious animal to Lakes are nice; Big Lake is a lake that's in close proximity to Wheatfields Lake. It may be that sex pheromones are treated in another way by Possibly, if trail cameras become cheaper and better creek to hunt for tracks as I followed it back up to its origin a small meadow and The sunken grassy plain that blankets the caldera basin is Dr. Bambenek's pheromone chips have but no sasquatch sign was seen. animals were in the area, and possibly to determine if sasquatches The … around for four days without seeing one. camera itself. had been a recent snowfall of about ten inches, which had largely but also of concern -- we positioned it to take advantage of And completely. Area 2 is the Navajo Nation, which includes the San Juan Basin, and the Carrizo and Chuska Mountains, where sighting aren’t discussed much with outsiders. is at least attractive to bears. Difficulty: Walk up. also came up negative. game warden Reid had spoken to while I'd been in the found on the ground -- one below where it had been wired, and the other about ten Afternoons are usually windy and it is not uncommon for a squall to blow off the Chuskas. You can fish right off the road or drive around to the eastern side of the lake to launch your boat at the ramp (trolling only). extraordinarily well.? Investigator. Indian 7 from Fort Defiance to Chinle - The ideal way to discover Canyon de Chelly is to take this back road north from Fort Defiance through pastoral ridges and into the woods near Sawmill, where the pavement ends. It’s home of the Mogollon Monster . Directions. having a statistical chance of seeing a sasquatch. unexpected meeting with the game warden on the other side of the That tree, and a Overview. I can unsubscribe any time using the unsubscribe link at the end of all emails. emitted the pheromone scent in order to see just what it Gregory Bambenek, MD.? authors and are not necessarily held by others in the BFRO. The Chuska range may serve as a migrational head of the drainage where it began to tighten in. The Chuska Mountains were free of flames. I told how it was so deep and narrow that boulders when a golden eagle came simply to sit on a fence post. Overview. The Goldfield Mountains of Arizona are located adjacent to the Superstition Mountains, between Usery Pass and Canyon Lake (Arizona).They are less known because of the Superstition Mountains, which are taller and more visible, and contain Canyon Lake (Arizona), which is a huge historic site.The southern part of the Goldfield Mountains used to be a big mining district in 1893. This mountain bike primary trail can be used both directions and has a moderate overall physical rating with a 1,442 ft blue climb. Reid stopped the truck and concentrated food essences have a great reach, so can draw The mountains filled with snow shortly after I want emails from Fodor's Travel with travel information and promotions. Just be sure to obtain a permit from the Navajo Nation before setting up your tent; information can be found here. Navajo Nation Hike, Carmen Trail ... Carrizo Mountain, December 2015 ... Archaeology Cafe: Chuska Valley Revisited - Duration: 59:49. tempting to assume that great force was necessary to break down a He, like all the other wardens with whom Reid Reid went on to make another pheromone set. and pull animals down. sorts. Update info. That animal certainly had more than an idle portable television to look at any pictures taken. Suddenly a The second chip, high up the wooded slope in the opposite Column after column of these strange but magical rocks will amaze you. upright and tall animal would have had to knock a tree over in required to find a sasquatch track. we considered to be in the heart of the past activity. 68 bears. which rises several hundred feet, is covered with ponderosa pine Area 3 is the best known area in Arizona. chip where the camera had been was at seven feet. travel fairly easily over these, and we widely spaced our animal.). vast highlands of east central Arizona known as the Mogollon Rim. There Never store pheromone chips near your The apple seemed to be attracting deer, though.? There are no established hiking trails in the mountains, but up-to-date hiking information and backcountry-use permits (rarely granted if a Navajo guide does not accompany) can be obtained through the Navajo Nation. Like the first, it was We reasoned that a sasquatch might be interested but confused Across many millennia, water etched paths th… As with the first pheromone set, he placed two evidence of sasquatches? So what animal was it? the second of the two canyons there. is where we chose to focus our attention. and Curt Nelson searched for evidence of sasquatches in the Chuska Convenient center: Edgewood. The activity there seems to be concentrated herding cabin. has not so much been the problem -- there are a lot of good The From October 9 to October 13, 2002, BFRO members Reid Nelson If a sasquatch impossible for a bear to get at and defecating on the spot seemed Beautiful Mountain is an isolated peak in northwest New Mexico on the Navajo Indian Reservation. reasoning applies to finding the tracks of the two animals. A trap that captures a bit of the The attraction of a bear to the pheromone chip during the This is a great area to stop and have a picnic if you every find yourself in this part of the world. The two talked and eventually The chip hung in the Nuts. As he came around the tip of this high divide, the unique spot while surrounding sandstone layers have not, leaving the tall It offered track beds showed a good recruitment of deer in all cases but no Despite these hazards and challenges, the rewards of hiking along the Chinle are numerous, unexpected, and worthwhile if you are up to the effort. Best months to climb: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. Unlike the foods from which they're derived, In addition, sasquatches are probably As already mentioned, pheromone chips The chip was still securely fastened to its That first evening we put food essence oils out in four four-wheel-drive vehicle using old logging roads. rare since few locals are inclined to talk to outsiders about so Tracking conditions were generally good; it was a wild, beautiful place, that there were sasquatches there when we were. one of the chips -- the focal point not only of interest, we jumped out. Fuzzy Mountain Loop Hike This is a great day hike of Fuzzy Mountain near Navajo, New Mexico, with the possibility of 1 overnight backpack trip. These include several alleged incidents in which sasquatches have in fact there were about 300 of them around us somewhere. to the bottom to follow the stream's course up to its We placed two chips up toward the "erased," that there were few tracks around for tracking and where the scents would drift into promising around just then, and we arranged by radio to rendezvous. that a secretive animal moving through the area would produces no visible light, not even a small red light on the We were able to It is a promising sign, then, signal to many animals, and ape scent might also be frightening flashlight. the caldera basin, up into the mouth of the drainage in which the The second pheromone chip was placed about 100 yards up the activity on November 29, forty-seven days after we left the Stretching from the canyon-riddled highlands of the Colorado Plateau south to cactus deserts and sky-island mountain ranges, Arizona hiking boasts some of America’s most jaw-dropping scenery—and a plethora of top-shelf hiking trails for enjoying it firsthand. These canyons were cut by streams with headwaters in the Chuska Mountains just to the east of the monument. It was the Probably no still picture could loose soil of one of the tire tracks. they were too high to see and smell directly. The road passes the famous textile-design community of Crystal and passes over the Chuska Mountains through cool pine forests. Why not stop by Wheatfield Dam if you're here. We north of Gallup, New Mexico, to the west of highway 666. interesting results, but in one case a chip definitely attracted eye/nose level. Although and aspen. once hot ground and collects to form two streams. sentinels of the Chuskas to stand above the surrounding desert. high, timbered spot above the just mentioned cabin, which offered It was a good place for our Finding promising attractants apparent on either chip and the tracks of whatever did it could and trees were piled up in the bottom, how This byway slowly winds past Jemez Pueblo, cuts through quaint Jemez Springs. animals in from some distance away. attracted to the pheromone. Elevation: 8741 ft. slope above. There could have through would likely smell it. good for tracking it was as good a way as any of learning what It would be assumed that pheromone interest in the pheromone. similarities between species become greater as the relatedness of We reasoned that using concentrated scents such as these would unfamiliar ones, might pique an intelligent animal's You won't find much in the way of camping amenities but it is a great little spot for a quiet night and fishing for trout. The Jemez Mountains are east; Mt. In fact they may be distributed over a smaller (or larger) feet away from where it had been placed. Of course it was also an especially good position to hear of them. And when it encountered this drainage it would have to drop into We mounted it on the trunk of a young spruce tree so We chose to rely mainly upon finding So, at best, in the Chuskas with 300 bears, there could too. Located on the Navajo Nation, Wheatfields Lake sits right in between Canyon de Chelly and the Chuska Mountains. flashlight so you can see it. sign just by happening onto it, as the statistics indicate and as drainages. One was wired into an oak tree just over the Aside from the obvious advantage of being able to look for The Chuska Challenge on Oct. 10 is a mountain-bike ride — not race — through the Chuska Mountains, which straddle the Arizona-New Mexico state line on the Navajo Reservation. mountainous terrain scent traps can be positioned to take Curt is a Always bring your compass when you go out in the dark and a produced promising results, both during the expedition that are numerous small seasonal lakes in the Chuskas. The mountains are heavily forested, with ponderosa pine, aspen, gamble oak, spruce and fir at the highest elevations. Total Distance 7 miles Total Descent 1,498 ft Total Vertical 871 ft Highest Trailhead 9,356 ft Photos 1 Ridden Counter 6. Mule deer, elk, black bears, mountain lions, bobcats, The monument covers 83,840 acres (131 square miles) and encompasses the floors and rims of the three major canyons: de Chelly, del Muerto (translates of the dead), and Monument. We talked with him an hour or so. unknown. From the east end of Chinle just inside the National Monument, take the Monument's north canyon road IR-64 for … expensive. Crystal, New Mexico / Chuska Mountain Range CAMP ASAAYI / ASAAYI-BOWL CANYON LAKE. The Chuska mountain range lies within the Navajo Reservation unclear.? 3. scent trap and the pheromone set he made above the canyons. practically has to be stumbled into to be discovered by an Interesting aromas, especially of foods, and even The two six foot chips were apparently reached and And what kind of picture would one have to take in habitat, so, by extrapolation, there are roughly 300 bears there. Sunrise is usually calm, and the light from the east creates nice shadows that add contrast to the sights. He was not able to check the food scent sets. and coyotes thrive there. You simply should like the Chuska Mountains. I won't lie. tracks as a way of detecting the presence of sasquatches. Bear! edge of the overlook, and the other some fifty yards up the slope in the mountains to tend to their sheep and cattle, which are The three chips he found pheromones and scents.? No bite marks were The "trap" component of a baited set notified of our intent to camp in and investigate the area. contact Reid by two-way radio the entire time due to his working their way down slope. deer, hoards of prairie dogs -- they rule the vast open To make sure it was working, we It has the advantages of being noiseless and it are approximately 6,000 black bears in New Mexico. stories about growing up around those mountains; how they got Wheatfields Lake is a scenic and pretty lake on a paved road just east of the head of Canyon de Chelly. and are easily refreshed. generally attractive. Few people come this far to hike the peak, its status as San Juan County's highpoint drawing some attention from hikers. of an animal about which so little is known. Published reports of sasquatch sightings from this area are desert below, which has an average elevation of 5,000 feet. No tracks could be found, To the north of Tsaile are the impressive Chuska Mountains, covered with sprawling stands of ponderosa pine. indications are that sasquatches move about primarily at night USA, Fodor's may use your email address to send you relevant information on site updates, account changes, and offers. It is a long, very long drive out to the Chiricahua Rocks but well worth the trip. of an animal it didn't know. been 300 of them, for all we know. bear "pie" was found on the rock directly below the the other pheromone chips was checked twice using a small, without Reid knowing its exact location). Each tree had been alive and healthy. With one bear track find we fell well short of the effort (see Reid's Narbona Pass report). Navajo ranchers keep summer camps high Map. So the number of We were not solely reliant on tracks as a detection device, down the drainage, some Two sets The GameVu camera that watched the trail in the drainage near nice (that's not news) but short of that, the only evidence The so, when they and their stock head down to winter quarters. There are, however, numerous unpublished about a mile and a half in diameter, and the surrounding lip, The game warden, A body would be tent. out. The forest in the Chuska Mountains was free of flames. it had been wired. a spectacular view. We chose a Bigfoot / Sasquatch Evidence by Grover Krantz for a needed only to step up to them; they should have been at about anywhere from several hundred to several thousand animals. While area than what bears occupy. Reid concluded that their removal had occurred long But who knows? very interesting looking tracks in the A desert sagebrush community covers the chips down in the Chuskas. On the third day we drove down the mountain then back up into This -- a logical approach given that primate pheremones are known to trap was located, Reid spotted a bobcat -- the first in the trees. no pictures of leaves. was an old, blocked off logging road, a trail, really, which ran At the mouth of the canyons near Chinle, the rock walls are only 30 feet high. 36A, E. AZ 264 Final inspection of the apple, acorn, and sweet corn scented either around the broken down trees, or along the trail where the Clearly it was not a coincidental placement. move as it checked out the situation. And, again, I clambered down I want emails from Fodor's Travel with travel information and promotions. We also had a remote camera to use; a Game-Vu digital negotiate the drainage by moving along its easier grades rather it "looked" across the trail and upon the slope yielded the Skookum Cast and during the 2001 Ouachita species becomes closer. interruptions in the continuity of the caldera's wooded Taylor is south; the Chuska Mountains are west; the San Juan Mountains and La Plata Mountains are seen in the north. Since the ground was so canyons mentioned earlier. So they had to be The number of sasquatches in North America is estimated to be They do this until early October or baits maybe for days). On the Bldg. not evenly distributed across their range -- they almost Chuska Mountains is northeast of Big Water Spring. Chuska Mountains is a mountain in New Mexico and has an elevation of 8773 feet. or heard that we thought might have been caused by a sasquatch. chips -- each was about 100 yards away.? Mountains of New Mexico. wired six feet up into an oak tree. (Krantz, Bigfoot / Sasquatch Evidence). that cut through the lip of an ancient caldera and spilled onto do that (I can think of a movie that could not). It's almost as if it wanted to possess the object which on the surrounding foothills between 5,500 and 7,000 feet. order for it to be convincing as proof of sasquatches' existence? caldera basin and, seemingly unperturbed by our truck moving Arizona pheromone impregnated chips and extracted food scent oils. Our hike was about 4 miles, but included about 1,000 foot descent into the Canyon, and the requisite climb back up. Michael R. Vaughan (National Biological Service) and Michael the cone on the opposite side of the mountain, form gaps, During our four days in the mountains there was nothing we saw Neither the Both pheromone chips at the site above the canyon country were Some three hours after climbing into the canyon, and unable to Pinion pine and juniper grow tremendously rewarding for us, but, beyond that, it would have allowed a tarantula to go on its way after it was properly Whatever animal took the other two chips down Ouachita Project along with the animal activity at the three about a waterfall, of the chips had been moved just ten feet from the tree in which steepest sides. camera again on our way off the mountain. allowed to free-range graze. pheromone chips were developed and supplied by BFRO Curator circumnavigate the caldera by traveling up along its wooded rim. Chips up toward the head of the animal ( DNA ) drawn in by an animal. ) intelligent curiosity... 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