The trackway found in a remote area of the Himalayas is believed to belong to the mysterious cryptid known as the Yeti. According to the report a mountaineer came across the possible Yeti footprints in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan. He claims the footprints were located on a mountainside that was up until then untouched by man according to locals. The tracks were one in front of the other in a single line and much larger than human footprints and couldn’t have been made by any four legged creatures according to the witness Steve Berry.
The possible Yeti evidence was seen as Berry as his guide while standing on a pass on Gangkhar Puensum. They were about 200 yards away across what seemed like an impassable chasm and because of a steep vertical drop and mountainside they were unable to get any closer. He was able to snap a photograph of the trackway from his location and the find is definitely a very interesting one. There have been Yeti reports for years from the region along with many Yeti sightings and surely tons more which have gone unreported due to the remote location.
But skeptics are not so quick to believe these tracks were really made by a Yeti and have purposed other theories. Director of the Centre for Forteen Zoology Joe Downes said he believes the slop in that area was so steep only an animal such as a mountain goat could of been able to cross it. He said the chances of it being the elusive cryptid are negligible, but didn’t completely rule out the possibility. When Berry returned to civilization a local yak herder told him he has a Yeti sighting 11 years ago. The creature is known as the migo in Bhutan was standing upright about 100 yards away and it was completely covered in long brown hair like a cat or dog said the herder.