Bigfoot! Stout Memorial Grove Trail – Crescent City, California

Before the California wildfires went from bad to really really bad, we are so grateful that we were able to visit Crescent City and explore some of the State and National Parks’ Redwood Forests. These forest are absolutely incredible. There just aren’t enough words.

Did you know that there have been multiple Bigfoot or Sasquatch sightings in this area?

I’ll tell you this for a fact, if Bigfoot/Sasquatch does exist, they most definitely live in these forests. We kept a sharp lookout, but we were really too close to roads and civilization to expect to actually see one.

This was walking along the top of a fallen tree.

Redwood trees are absolutely massive. Like so big you guys!

After wandering around these amazing Redwoods the trail pops out onto a rocky beach along the crystal-clear Smith River. It’s like something out of LOTR.

Be still my beating heart! I am just head-over-heels in love with this place. I am absolutely heartbroken and devastated over the fires in CA, OR and WA. The Pacific Northwest is hands-down one of the most beautiful places on earth.

Every time I see a piece of ash falling from the sky or lying on my car hood, I can’t help but think it’s a piece of someone’s baby photos or wedding dress or love letters. My heart breaks for everyone who has been forced to evacuate or lost their homes. There are no words. 💔

14 thoughts on “Bigfoot! Stout Memorial Grove Trail – Crescent City, California

    1. Nature lovers – or in our case-high altitude lovers- everywhere – Greetings from Seattle! My hubby and I try to post every high pointer we get to…click to share & follow: Our next one: Mount St. Helens….coming soon.

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      1. thought you’d like to know..I just found ‘Bigfoot’s Lone Fir&Sasquatch resort for our stay Oct.6th-pre Mt St Helen’s climb. I’m so excited@#! maybe encounter the shaggy behemoth?? Dee

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  1. Crescent City area is beautiful. Too bad there is now a wildfire close to the area you so wonderfully photographed. I am so glad your family got to enjoy the redwoods when there was no fire/smoke in the area.

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