Steve Berry, a British mountaineer claims that he found a row of mysterious footprints on a Himalayan slope.
Trekker Steve Berry believes that footprints found in Bhutan belongs to a YETI. These footprints are larger than the average human and were found on a mountainside that was untouched by humankind.
Steve believes that these prints could not have been made by any other four-legged animal such as a snow leopard. He thinks it belongs to large gorilla like creature as it traversed the snow white slope on Gangkhar Puensem, the world’s highest unclimbed mountain.
Steve Berry says:
“The local people said we were the first to ever set foot on that pass. I had always thought that stories about the yeti were a bit of old bunkum. But there is no denying these tracks existed. The prints were clearly visible with the naked eye from where we were standing on a pass at 17,800ft. There was a vertical drop in front of us, not to mention a very serious mountainside to cross, so we could not get to them.”
Mr Berry also spoke to a yak herder, who claimed that he too had seen the mysterious beast, known as a ‘migo’ in local language.
Mr Berry, who runs tourism firm Mountain Kingdom, added:
“He said it was about 100 yards from him and standing upright facing him and looked straight at him. It was completely covered in long dun brown-coloured hair and a face covered in hair like a cat or dog but of human height.”