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Bitterroot National Forest

fire smoke
Wildfire Smoke from a previous fire season. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Bitterroot Fire Season Update: Restrictions and Idaho Fires

The hazy smoke in the valley is coming from out-of-state fires. However, local conditions have caused Stage 1 Fire Restrictions.

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Bitterroot National Forest Campground
photo courtesy of Bitterroot National Forest
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Stage One Fire Restrictions Begin Thursday in Bitterroot National Forest

Recent hot and dry weather along with afternoon thunderstorms and frequent lightning, prompted fire management officials this week to implement Stage 1 Fire Restrictions. 

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Woods Creek Road washout
A clogged culvert caused a washout. (BNF/USFS Photo)
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Woods Creek Road Closed Due to Washout

Part of the Woods Creek Road in the West Fork has been closed due to a washout.

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Magruder road
The Magruder Road. (USFS Photo)
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Construction Delays Expected on Magruder Road

The Magruder Road is a 100-mile route between the Selway-Bitterroot and Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness areas. And it needs some work.

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beetle killed trees
Damage from Mountain Pine Beetle. (USFS File Photo)
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Mountain Pine Beetle is Still a Threat in Bitterroot

The devastating Mountain Pine Beetle infestation is still being felt in the Bitterroot National Forest.

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lost horse fire map
The red lines showing the outer edges of the Lost Horse Fire. (Google Earth/ USFS)
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New Perimeter Map for Lost Horse Forest Fire

Better mapping from an overflight shows the Lost Horse forest fire still at 55 acres, according to Tod McKay of the Bitterroot National Forest.

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A helicopter, headed for the Lost Horse fire. (Fullerton Photo)
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Overflight of the Lost Horse Fire [VIDEO]

The Bitterroot National Forest has posted video from a Sunday helicopter flight over the Lost Horse Fire, in the Lost Horse Canyon 10 miles southwest of Hamilton.
Strap on your safety belt.

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lost horse fire
The Lost Horse Fire on Sunday July 27. (Bitterroot National Forest Photo)
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Lost Horse Fire is Now 40 Acres

The Lost Horse forest fire has covered about 40 acres so far as it burns on the top of Brandy Peak in the Lost Horse Canyon.

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lost horse fire map
Location of Lost Horse Fire. (Natl Weather Service/Bitterroot Natl Forest)
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Lost Horse Fire Continues to Grow

The lightning caused Lost Horse forest fire grew to 15 acres Saturday.

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Lost Horse Fire
photo by Mel Holloway
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Lost Horse Fire Burning in Rugged Terrain [AUDIO]

Over the weekend, the windswept Lost Horse Fire in the Darby Ranger District has increased in size to over 40 acres, and is considered zero percent contained.

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