Olympic Valley - Part 1 "A Journey Through Alpine Meadows"

Olympic Valley - Part 1 "A Journey Through Alpine Meadows"

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The mouth of Squaw/Olympic Valley takes you through a lush meadow known as alpine meadows. At one time two mining towns use to reside within the mouth of the canyon in the mid 1800s. The towns went by the name of Knoxville and Claraville. I have done some research only to find out that when the miners came to this valley they were having issues with a very large bipedal, 500lb, tall creature with reddish brown fur near the meadow where the Truckee River Crosses. Prior to that the area remained a hidden gem for hundreds of years and was more then likely the hunting grounds during the warmer months for the Native Washoe Tribe. Surrounded by two creeks and the Truckee River this area was very appeasing to all those who came here seeking the wealth of this rich land. More or less I just am driving through the valley filming where we would park up near Shirley Canyon. I will start off where the Olympic torch burns and take you into the heart of Olympic Valley. Our day has only just begun we were getting ready to set off on an epic adventure to an area that has some of the earliest pioneer Bigfoot stories told in the high sierras. A place where the famous Grosh brother died tragically and a terrible air tram collision took place but also a valley filled with history! The Southern Pacific Railroad at one time did own the valley I believe they wanted to have the train come through here but it never transpired perhaps due to the ruggedness and perhaps this is why Bigfoot in this region still lives on!!

www.paranormalghostsociety.org/OlympicSquawValley.htm
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