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Where it all begins.
The table below shows fires near the CT. Fires on trail or within a mile of the trail will show red text. If a fire perimeter intersects the trail the table will show start/end trail mile, first encounter to last encounter, the entire segment is not necessarily burned.
View google maps of National & CT Smoke, National & CT Fires/Perimeters or both layers together. Fires/Perimeters are updated every 4 hours, surface smoke is updated hourly. A Fire weather map showing red flag warnings, fire weather watches, etc, is also available. A 4 hour heat map of Air Quality Index is also available.
Updated: Jun 28, 2022
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|1||Apr 21, 2022||Cache Creek||On Trail||187.06||187.04|
|2||Jan 27, 2022||Raleigh Peak Piles-South Platte||On Trail||20.3||20.29|
|3||Jan 25, 2022||Colorado Trail Piles-South Platt||On Trail||27.13||27.15|
|4||Jun 24, 2022||Pawnee||12.75||0.01||-||-||1|
|5||Jun 9, 2022||Perins Peak||2.33||486||-||100%||101|
|6||Jun 4, 2022||Riverview||0.86||21.76||-||-||1|
|7||May 13, 2022||Ute Pass Command||5.51||486||-||-||10|
|8||Mar 18, 2022||Spring Creek Piles - South Platt||0.77||24||-||-||29|
|9||Feb 2, 2022||Payne Gulch Piles - South Platte||5.34||40.4||-||-||146|
|10||Jan 12, 2022||Ranch Road Piles||7.21||247.43||-||-||1|
June 19, 2021: Fixed for NIFC data source changes.
April 18, 2021: Added all fires from 1801 to present.
August 30, 2020: Added 'Nearest Trail Mile'.
August 24, 2020: Added surface smoke.
August 23, 2020: Added hotspots.
August 19, 2020: Initial release.
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