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Cameron Peak Fire

Updated 2021-01-19
  • Cameron Peak Fire Smoke Plume

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    On October 14, 2020, high winds pushed the Cameron Peak Fire some 20,000 acres eastward toward Fort Collins in Larimer County. Smoke plumes towered over the city, which dealt with dark skies, raining ash, and extremely poor air quality.
    Cameron Peak Fire Smoke Plume
  • Cameron Peak Fire Burned Area

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    Burned landscape in the foothills west of Fort Collins after the 2020 Cameron Peak Fire, the largest wildfire in state history.
    Cameron Peak Fire Burned Area
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    The Cameron Peak Fire emits an orange glow as it makes a run toward Loveland on October 14, 2020. The fire's run that day made it the largest wildfire in state history.
    Cameron Peak Fire
  • Cameron Peak Fire Pushing Towards Loveland

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    The Cameron Peak Fire burns on October 16, 2020, when it made another run toward US Highway 34 in the Big Thompson Canyon. As a result of the increase in fire activity, westbound Highway 34 was closed from The Dam Store (west of Loveland) all the way to Estes Park.
    Cameron Peak Fire Pushing Towards Loveland
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