How do know if you are in Bigfoot country? According to Bigfoot researchers there are signs that you can see. Some of these signs are subtle and others are more in your face. Lets take a look at those signs.
Tree breaks – One of the most common are seeing branches broken and leaning in a particular direction. The direction of the break is supposed to be a boundary marker. Or so it is assumed. Some of these breaks are small while others are large branches or trees. The height can vary, but most seem to be low level.
Tree Arch – These tree structures are formed by bending trees or branches together to form a structure. It was mentioned on one show that it is believed to be some form of a family count. However many Bigfoot members there are in the family is how many branches are used. I think no one really has a clue as to the meaning of these things.
Rock stacking – Many people have claimed to lay out rocks in a formation and come back later and the rocks have been moved and re-stacked. The rock stacking could be a trail marker, boundary border or family count. No one knows. While the rock stacking is interesting, anyone can do it without much trouble.
Bigfoot trails – Another sign are trails where animals have been walking. While many of these trails can be attributed to animals in the area others are not so easily explained. These trails are thru heavy foil-aged areas and are not easily accessed. Also, some see wear patterns on trees that show something has walked over that spot many times and it leaves a bare spot.
I am sure there are more, but I find these the most common.