Small fire burning on an east facing slope in the Pickle Pass area, adjacent to the Willow Creek. Fire cause is undetermined, looking at lightning maps, considering the heavy rain fall several days prior to the start, the cause may be a left-over warming fire.
Very small fire,extinguished by two district fire staff.
The Teton Interagency fire helicopter has responded to the Rock Springs area, south of Teton Village and north of Phillips Ridge. The very small fire is burning on an incredibly steep slope with standing dead trees and has a low spread potential. Fire managers are developing a safe response for the fire and more information will be upcoming shortly.
7/28 UPDATE: Small fire continues to smolder in dead vegetation, no new growth and very minimal smoke was visible today.
Lighting rolling over the Teton area on July 24, is responsible for this new small fire located within the Teton Wilderness. Teton interagency wildfire module will hike into the fire and suppress the .20-acre fire burning in moderate to heavy timber. No additional resources are needed. Smoke may be visible from areas within Grand Teton Park. Fire was contained 7/26.
This fire was reported by members of the public on Sunday evening, July 23. It is located on Mount Nystrom inside the Bridger Wilderness Area of the Pinedale Ranger District.
The Meadow Creek Fire was reported late afternoon by the public October 18th but was not located until the morning of October 19th. Helicopter 35HX spotted the fire while shuttleing fire crews in for the Strawberry Rx. Westzone fire crews are responding. The fire is approximately 1/4 acre in size, smoldering in timber, adjacent to grass with low spread potential.
Small fire just off the trail system in the Little Granite Creek area. Firefighters from interagency engine 301 hiked the 3 miles into the fire and will suppress the human caused fire.