Description: The Cameron Peak fire ignited on August 13 on the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests near Cameron Pass and Chambers Lake. The East Thompson Zone Fire started on October 22 when the East Troublesome Fire spotted across the Continental Divide and became established in Rocky Mountain National Park between the divide and Estes Park.
Description: Cameron Peak Fire. 52K likes. This account provides fire information for the Cameron Peak Fire, located 25 miles east of Walden; 15 miles southwest of Red Feather Lakes, CO.
Description: The Cameron Peak fire is a wildfire in the Rocky Mountains west of Fort Collins in Larimer County, Colorado, United States.The fire started on August 13, 2020, near Chambers Lake, and the cause is still unknown. On October 14, it became the largest recorded wildfire in Colorado's history, surpassing the Pine Gulch Fire, which had earned the title seven weeks prior.
Description: The Cameron Peak Fire, burning just west of Fort Collins, is now the largest wildfire in Colorado history, Gov. Jared Polis said in a tweet Wednesday night.
Description: The Cameron Peak fire burns west of Fort Collins. (Handout) FORT COLLINS — A wildfire that has scorched more than 326 square miles since it started in mid-August, becoming the largest in Colorado history, has damaged or destroyed more than 200 homes, officials said.
Description: The Cameron Peak Fire ignited on August 13. The latest information from the US Forest Service states the fire is 208,663 acres with 64% containment. The East Troublesome Fire ignited on October 14th north of Hot Sulphur Springs in Grand County.
Description: Operations section chief Paul Delmerico gives a morning update on firefighting efforts on the Cameron Peak Fire on Friday, Oct. 23, 2020.
Description: The Cameron Peak fire ignited on August 13 on the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests near Cameron Pass and Chambers Lake. It is burning in heavy timber stands over rugged terrain. Hot, dry, windy weather, combined with critically dry fuels has been driving rapid fire growth.
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