Map of active fires in Colorado, June 21, 2013

Map of Colorado wildfires - June 21, 2013
Map of Colorado wildfires – June 21, 2013

On the map above showing the active wildfires in Colorado, the green dots represent fires that are not being fully suppressed, while the red dots are fires that ARE being fully suppressed. The base map, with the dots, was provided by the Rocky Mountain Coordination Center; we added the fire names and acres.

Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire. Google+

14 thoughts on “Map of active fires in Colorado, June 21, 2013”

    1. Bob, the map only lists active fires. The Black Forest Fire is 100 percent contained. Translated, that means the Incident Management Team considers it Controlled.

  1. Where is the Wolfe Creek Pass fire – what is the name attached to it? And what are the surrounding towns – Pagosa Springs being on one side and what are the names of the towns on the other side?

  2. The green dot that is southwest of the bull gulch fire, which fire is that? How close is it to gardners peak?

  3. We’ve been coming to South Fork, Creede, & staying @ Fun Valley for the last 27 years & have come to love the area & the people.
    We were just trying to find any information on how these townships & the campground are faring, do you have any info?

  4. I would like to know what the status is on Salida/Poncha Springs, and secondly, Buena Vista, Colorado as far as the forest fires and smoke and evacuation are concerned. I’ve searched all over the web and can’t get this information. Thanks so much.
    Arlene Holcombe

  5. I live in the loveland area, but am currently out of town. Is there any fires near me? Is so which one(s)? Thank you

  6. We were supposed to be leaving next Tuesday to head out to Colorado Springs for vacation and were planning on going to Pikes Peak. Is this a good idea or should we replan our vacation?

  7. I live in Florida but will be flying to Denver then on to Fort Collins and was wondering if there are any fires in that area?

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