I came across plane wreck dating likely from 1950s or 60s on the west side of the Four Peaks Wilderness, well within the wilderness boundary. Piston engine, silver with no markings; my quick take was a single engine helo, civil. Relatively slow speed impact. however, hit had a piece of landing gear in the wreckage, which suggests fixed wing. Largest piece of wreckage looked like a helo tail boom, but also could have been a tail boom from a P-38? Or, or, or? Couldn't tell if major wreckage had been removed, tho' I found neither prop nor rotors.
Anyone know anything about this site?