Check out the National Weather Service’s Rocky Mountain National Park weather decision support page to learn more about current weather conditions, including fire weather. Parts of Rocky Mountain National Park will reopen after it … Rocky Mountain National Park will prepare a Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) Plan which will assess the burned area and potential for post-fire … The Cameron Peak Fire has burned an additional 7,485 acres of the 265,769-acre national park. A ranger cabin and the toll booths at Rocky Mountain National Park’s west entrance burned to the ground by the East Troublesome Fire. On the west side of the park, the North Inlet Trail reopened to Cascade Falls and will remain closed past the Falls. There is no estimate on when it may reopen. Learn more here. That acreage is the most damage caused by fires since the park was created in 1915. The west side of the park and the Beaver Meadows entrance will stay closed due to the East Troublesome Fire. For further information regarding fire conditions, regulations, recent and ongoing fires in the park, please contact the Information Office at (970) 586-1206. Cameron Peak fire burns through 11 square miles of Rocky Mountain National Park Park officials offer first detailed information on the damage By John Meyer , … Thursday, RMNP officials re … Map courtesy of Rocky Mountain National Park The East Troublesome Fire ran about 18 miles east on Oct. 21 and began to move into the west side of the park. In October, a fire crossed the continental divide and winds of nearly 100 mph blew flames into … ; The surrounding fires did not affect the Estes Valley or the Town of Estes Park. Rocky Mountain National Park remains closed. Good to know when planning your trip to Estes Park Most areas of the eastern side of Rocky Mountain National Park have reopened. Rocky Mountain National Park has reopened Moraine Park Road, the Bierstadt Trail system and some other areas that were closed by East Troublesome Fire … Of the 192,574 acres burned by the East Troublesome Fire, 21,307 acres have burned in Rocky. The fire … Denver, Colorado 2020-11-14 19:57:59 – Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado (KDVR) —For the first time since the eastern troublesome fire struck Rocky Mountain National Park, the park has released a detailed survey of the 30,000 acres it burned. The East Troublesome Fire has burned more then 33 square miles in Rocky Mountain National Park, but the Holzwarth Historic Site has remained untouched. ; Parts of Roosevelt National Forest have reopened, check this map and this link for the most up-to-date information. GRAND COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The East Troublesome Fire has burned nearly 29,000 acres inside Rocky Mountain National Park, and on Friday, the park service said … Today, Tuesday, December 22, additional areas reopened in Rocky Mountain National Park, as park staff continue to assess impacts from the East Troublesome Fire.