Posted by: Sandy Steinman | October 26, 2020

Rocky Mountain National Park fire is slowed down by weekend snow

The Denver Post  reports

At Rocky Mountain National Park, this weekend’s snow has helped slow down the East Troublesome Fire and Cameron Peak Fire.

Firefighting efforts in Rocky Mountain National Park received a significant boost over the weekend thanks to more than a foot of fresh snowfall.

The Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, very near where a wildfire erupted last week in Spruce Creek just 10 miles west of Estes Park, received 15 inches while higher elevations received 18 inches.

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