Of all the mysterious monsters that may or may not exist — the Abominable Snowman, the Loch Ness Monster, Alf — we’re at least 50% confident that the Sasquatch actually does.
After all, the thousands of members of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization can’t all be wrong? Right?
Whether you’re a acolyte of the 'Squatch or not, there’s now a way to put your theory to the test while enjoying a one-of-a-kind overnight experience in either British Columbia or Alberta. Dubbed the Sasquatch Country Challenge, the one-night glamping trip allows you and up to three friends to spend 24 hours in Sasquatch-sighting central after getting dropped off by a private helicopter.
Equipped with a stocked fridge, headlamps and all sorts of glamping gear, the pre-prepared Sasquatch campsite comes with a radio to call the authorities for help if you start feeling yellow. The potential nightmare was dreamed up by B.C.-based Butiq Escapes — the same geniuses that created bar crawling via seaplane — and is only being offered during the month of October.
Starting around $7,400, the trips are booking now and you can get more info from Butiq here.