Final Update: The Grey Rock Fire was burning approximately one mile south-southeast of Greyrock Mountain on the Roosevelt National Forest near the Poudre Canyon. This fire was human caused due to a warming fire near the trail. The three trails previously closed are now open (see link to the right).
|Cause||Human Caused, Warming Fire|
|Date of Origin||Monday March 14th, 2011 approx. 01:30 PM|
|Location||South-southeast of Greyrock Mountain|
|Incident Commander||Dave Hamrick, Usfs|
Steep, rocky terrain
The three trails on the Canyon Lakes Ranger District previously closed due to the fire (see link to the right) have reopened.