Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument

Visitors to GC-Parashant National Monument should expect to encounter wildland firefighters conducting prescribed fires June 1 to June 30. Parashant is located on the Arizona Strip just west of Toroweap in Grand Canyon National Park to the Nevada state line. The burns will take place in a remote part of the monument a few miles southeast of Mt. Dellenbaugh along the NPS1203 Kelly Point road. Specific dates cannot be provided; controlled fires are dependent on forecasted weather conditions and the national wildland fire season preparedness levels.

National Park Service wildland firefighters are conducting prescribed fires starting as early as September 20th until as late as October 31, 2017. Specific dates cannot be provided as these prescribed fires are dependent on weather and other factors. Visitors to the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument may encounter National Park Service firefighters or see smoke columns. Visitors should anticipate possible temporary area closures, smoke, and firefighting equipment on roads such as fire engines, UTV’s, ATV’s, and helicopters.

Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument fire managers are planning to conduct prescribed burning if weather and fuel conditions allow. The 140 acre treatment is located just west of Yellow John Mountain at N 36 08' 52"  W 113 27' 11". Preparation, ignition, and monitoring of the burn is expected to begin on October 4th and run through October 7th, 2016. Dates are subject to minor changes given the variables and the dynamic nature of prescribed fires.

Fire staffs continue to manage the High Meadow Fire located approximately 55 miles southeast of St. George, Utah near Mt. Trumbull and Potato Valley on the BLM Arizona Strip. The lightning-caused High Meadow Fire started July 14, 2015 and is located in the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument portion of the BLM Arizona Strip.

As of today, the fire is 1,312 acres in size.  

The High Meadow wildfire is being managed to achieve both protection and natural resource objectives.

Fire staffs continue today to manage the High Meadow Fire located approximately 55 mile southeast of St. George, Utah near Mt. Trumbull and Potato Valley on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Arizona Strip. The lightning-caused High Meadow Fire started July 14. The fire is 1,240 acres in size and is in the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument portion of the BLM Arizona Strip.

The High Meadow wildfire is being managed to achieve both protection and natural resource objectives.

Fire staffs continue today to manage the High Meadow Fire located approximately 55 mile southeast of St. George, Utah, near Mt. Trumbull and Potato Valley on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Arizona Strip.

The lightning-caused High Meadow Fire started July 14. The fire is 1,063 acres in size and is in the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument portion of the BLM Arizona Strip.

Fire staffs continue today to manage the High Meadow Fire located approximately 55 miles southeast of St. George, Utah near Mt. Trumbull and Potato Valley on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Arizona Strip.

The lightning-caused High Meadow Fire started July 14. The fire is 820 acres in size and is in the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument portion of the BLM Arizona Strip.

On July 15, 2015 fire staff from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Arizona Strip District responded to a smoke report near Mt. Trumbull and Potato Valley on the BLM Arizona Strip. The lightning-caused High Meadow Fire is located approximately 55 miles southeast of St. George, Utah. The fire is 208 acres in size and is in the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument portion of the BLM Arizona Strip.

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