- Step 1: Head to the Northwest Head to the Pacific Northwest of the United States or Canada, where most Sasquatch sightings have been reported.
- Step 2: Search during the right time Search during the summer months, from July to October, and during the very early morning hours when Sasquatch are most active.
- Step 3: Head to remote areas Pack your camping gear or find a remote cabin and get as far away from cities, towns, and people as possible.
- Step 4: Remember a camera Remember to bring a camera, and invest in a night vision-equipped, motion-sensitive cameras to set up in the woods when you're not around.
- TIP: Place the cameras near water sources -- Sasquatch, like any animal, needs to drink.
- Step 5: Search for evidence Search for evidence of Bigfoot, like half-eaten food with teeth marks, droppings, or very large, man-shaped footprints.
- Step 6: Be patient Be patient. Spotting a Sasquatch is like observing any other creature in the wild: it's going to take time, skill, and a lot of luck.
- FACT: People have been reporting sightings of large, hairy, bipedal animals in the North American wilderness for more than 400 years.
You Will Need
- Camping gear
- Night vision-equipped
- motion-sensitive cameras