Tag Archives: Inyo National Forest
Crews have begun fire suppression rehabilitation on the Indian Fire. Trail closures remain in place for now. The lightning caused wildfire is now at 80% containment. Advertisements
The Indian Fire is now at 40% containment. To help users understand exactly where the fire is located as well as the trail closures, see the image above. Plan accordingly and stay safe in the Golden Trout Wilderness.
The Indian Fire in the Inyo National Forest side of the Golden Trout Wilderness grew slowly today. The fire is now at 2,624 acres with 20% containment. New information was released regarding what fire crews are doing with the fire. … Continue reading
The Indian Fire continues to grow as well as managed for resource benefit. See details below from the official news release. Size: 2536 acres Cause: Appears to be lightning Containment: 10% Crews: 9 Fuel Type: Whitethorn/Jeffrey pine Aircraft: 6 helicopters, 1 air attack fixed wing Location: Golden … Continue reading
The Indian Fire continues to grow slowly. It is now at 879 acres with 5% containment. No changes with the trail closures at this time. Below is an excerpt from InciWeb in the evening hours. The Indian Fire is estimated … Continue reading
Nothing much has changed other than the size of the fire is continuing to grow. The exact new release from the incident is below. Fire Facts: Size: 613 acres Cause: Appears to be lightning Containment: 0% Crews: 2 Fuel Type: … Continue reading
The Indian Fire is estimated to be 325 acres and 0% contained. It continues to grow slowly to the north and east. Three helicopters are being used to cool the fire’s edge and slow fire growth to confine and contain … Continue reading
A wildfire is located within the Inyo National Forest side of the Golden Trout Wilderness. Trail closures have been issued and are listed in the press release below. If you were going into Jordan Hot Springs, you will need to … Continue reading
Come along with Native Trout Addict as he fishes Volcano Creek within the Golden Trout Wilderness.
Come along on a journey with Wolfgang Vonberk through the eastern side of the Golden Trout Wilderness. Do you recognize landmarks along the way? Please feel free to share where you think the author of the video traveled.