DHS Squirrel

British Columbia Expedition 2006


August 24 - 27 (Thurs. - Sun.)

Note: This expedition is sold out for American participants, but we will still accept Canadian participants. We are trying to build up our list of contacts and investigators across Canada.

Nearest airport and drive time to this expedition:

Vancouver, Canada (YVR) ~ 2 hours to base camp.

It is 30-40 min. drive from the Vancouver airport to the ferry at Horseshoe Bay, then a beautiful 30-40 min. ferry ride across a large sea inlet, then a ~1 hour drive up Sunshine Coast.

There are small hotels and B&B's within 20 minutes of the main target area. Camping equipment can be borrowed from other participants if arrangements are made on the internal message board early enough.

British Columbia ("BC") is one of the most beautiful places on Earth. It is also where the word "Sasquatch" comes from, and where bigfoot research began back in the 1940's.

Last year's expedition in BC was fantastic. The sasquatches reported by area residents were located with sound responses. They gradually came closer to the camps as the nights progressed. It was unfortunatue that we had to leave after only a few days, but we knew this area was as hot as it gets, and would still be so next year.

Click here for a report from one of the attendees on the first pass expedition to the area - August 2005.

See the note at the top of this page regarding current availability of slots on this trip.

For info about registering for a BFRO expedition, and the phone number to call, see the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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