Of all the Bigfoot legends around the world, the Yeti is possibly the most consistent in appearance. A large white primate, existing in the remotest parts of the world for thousands of years. The Yeti, a.k.a the Abominable Snowman, isn’t heard as much today as in years past, but a new set of pictures taken by an English trekker has once more raised the profile of this white cryptid.
Steve Berry was climbing a remote mountain in Bhutan, called Gangkhar Puensum, which currently holds the record as the highest mountain in the world yet to be climbed by man. Steve was ascending an area of the mountain when he came across the Yeti tracks, back in October 2014. As someone who runs a company operating such treks, Steve had encountered plenty of tracks in the snow before, but none like these.
According to his pictures and testimony, the footprints were larger than his own and in a straight line. Most of the animals local to the area, such as snow leopards or other four-legged animals, don’t leave tracks one in front of another. Only something walking on two legs would leave a pattern like Steve found.
Further, the remote and unpopulated area of the mountain further add credibility to the belief Steve stumbled upon Yeti tracks. With few people ever visiting the area, cryptids could live undisturbed with virtually no contact with humanity – except for the occasional tourist snack.