Highway 34, Several Trails Re-Open In RMNP Following East Troublesome FireHighway 34 between Grand Lake and the winter closure point of Trail Ridge Road was re-opened Thursday by Rocky Mountain National Park authorities, seven weeks after the wind-propelled East Troublesome Fire roared through the town of Grand Lake and into the park.
More Trails Reopen In Rocky Mountain National Park After East Troublesome FireRocky Mountain National Park is reopening all areas and trails east of Bear Lake Road.
Trail Ridge Road In Rocky Mountain National Park Closed For SeasonTrail Ridge Road spans the Rocky Mountain National Park and connects Estes Park on the east side to the town of Grand Lake on the western slope.
VIDEO: Rocky Mountain National Park Shows Damage From East Troublesome FirePark rangers at the Rocky Mountain National Park showed new video of the wildfire damage from the East Troublesome Fire.
Areas Of Rocky Mountain National Park To Reopen SaturdayJust in time for the weekend, more areas of Rocky Mountain National Park will reopen.
East Troublesome Fire Sees No New Growth After Burning 193,812 AcresFire crews say recent snow has diminished much of the smoke coming from the East Troublesome Fire.
Parts Of Rocky Mountain National Park Reopen As Crews Continue To Fight East Troublesome FireThe areas have been closed for two weeks because of the East Troublesome Fire.
WATCH: Firefighter Walks Through Cameron Peak Fire Burn Area In Rocky Mountain National ParkA firefighter walked through a portion of the burn area in Rocky Mountain National Park near the Fern Lake Trailhead on Tuesday.
East Troublesome Fire: A Look At Damage In Rocky Mountain National Park"We’re seeing a lot of trees falling and power lines that are down,” officials said Friday. There is no timeline for reopening the state park.
Sheriff: East Troublesome Fire Has Destroyed Or Damaged 250 BuildingsGrand County Sheriff Brett Schroetlin has confirmed the East Troublesome Fire destroyed or damaged 250 buildings.
East Troublesome Fire: Snow Helps Stop Growth, Slows Effort To Check On HomesOfficials urged evacuees to be patient, saying the snowstorm has really helped stop the spread of the East Troublesome Fire, but it is making things more difficult for crews trying to assess the damage to homes.