Bigfoot Tracks and Bald Eagle Hunt: Exploring Sparta Mountain Wilderness

Posted Tuesday, April 16, 2024

By staff

A recent video posted on YouTube by the channel Sussex County Bigfoot has caught the attention of Bigfoot enthusiasts and researchers. The video, titled "Bigfoot Scouting Hike in Sparta, New Jersey," features a first-person perspective of a hike through the Sparta Mountain Wildlife Management Area, where the hiker is searching for signs of Bigfoot. The hiker begins by stating the date and time, and mentioning that they are wearing an orange hat as a safety precaution due to the proximity of a Rod and Gun Club and the fact that they are on hunting lands. As they walk along a power line cut, they discuss the possibility of power lines being "highways" for Bigfoot, as they provide a clear path through unpopulated areas with a food supply of berries. Throughout the video, the hiker points out various tracks and scat, including what they believe to be coyote scat, and an interesting tree break. They also come across a "summit" where they have a clear view of the surrounding area. One of the most interesting moments in the video occurs when the hiker comes across a "grass eater" scat, which they discover is not coyote scat. They also mention hearing something that made them hesitant to venture off the trail. Towards the end of the video, the hiker reaches a beautiful, secluded pond called Collins Pond, which is located in Ogdenburg, New Jersey. They mention that the area is all public land and is worth the hike to get to. I encourage our readers to watch the video for themselves and form their own opinions. The video provides an interesting perspective on the possibility of power lines being used as travel ways for Bigfoot and the various signs that can be found in the wilderness. Whether or not you believe in the existence of Bigfoot, the video is a great reminder of the beauty and mystery that can be found in nature.