Added by on 2018-04-05

[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote This is our February expedition in the higher elevations of the Sierra Ancha Wilderness area in central Arizona. About a 45 minute drive from Globe, AZ. We really couldn’t tell to much for squatch sign due to the storms that were occuring within the month. We did find an interesting set of footprints in the reynolds creek area measured 12 inches long. The journey finally ended in reynolds creek when there was a tree that was fallen between two trees and was impossible moving without a chainsaw. Video Rating: / 5

10 Comments

  • Robert Allen 2 months ago

    I am going to be in the Salome wilderness on a weekly basis, camping and hiking until summer, end of April prolly. Will let you know if I see anything interesting and w/photos..

  • rob garcia 2 months ago

    there is alot of tree structures on the way up to hawley lake near Pinetop, AZ northern Arizona. I live in southern AZ and we also have alot of bf activity

  • Wendell Goode 2 months ago

    I worked in the Pleasant Valley Ranger district, Tonto National Forest. This is in our district, been down this road a few times, always challenging even in a Heavy Duty USFS 4×4. There is a beautiful thin, tall waterfall in the area here too, Workman Creek Falls. That is the road near the beginning of the video where the tree had fallen. It is a few miles N of Young. A sign to the left says "Workman Creek Falls." Pretty high in altitude here about 7000'. You now have seen the true AZ.

  • Put some tape over the mic. The wind noise was very irritating. Otherwise very uninteresting.

  • SasquatchBobby 2 months ago

    Where's the expedition? All I noticed was a Video showing yall driving your vehicles?

  • Just me 2 months ago

    That's a beautiful area you were in. I'd love to get back in there where you were, with a 4WD of course, lol, or on horseback.

  • azclkwrk 2 months ago

    Wow that was alot of deadfall ! Was just up there today road is in great shape now. Workmans creek road is also perfect to the top of aztec.

  • Alex from the AZCRO 2 months ago

    Cool Video Guys… Way to get out there and do it!

  • AlexMidnightWalker 2 months ago

    Damn you guys trek through some rough back roads. I feel a little spoiled in my area after seeing these vids.

  • Rick Bell 2 months ago

    I think you need a chainsaw. LOL

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