On our way down from one of the peaks of the Hunchback Hills Gill found a debris patch that could possibly be an old crash site. There were small pieces of sheet metal and a few larger pieces containing what looked like fuel lines embedded in chunks of metal that were obviously fused together by very high temperatures. About 90 m uphill from the debris, by a very large rock, we had seen a bunch of yellow flagging wrapped around a rock or stump. There is possibility the two are connected, although the flagging was fairly recent (not faded) and the debris appeared quite old.
This area of the Hunchback Hills is not slated for logging according to SLS’s latest plans, so not sure why anyone would be up there. It’s not an easy hike, being fairly steep and off trail. The full UTM reference for the debris is 11U 0641629 E 5654752 N.
Does anyone know what this debris might be. Looks like it’s from an aircraft crash, but we can find no reference to one in this area.