The Bonelli Peak Fire is approximately 3,640 acres and is burning mostly on Bureau of Land Management-managed public land and about 50 acres on Lake Mead National Recreation Area about 15 miles southeast of Echo Bay.
No structures are currently threatened and all roads in the area remain open.
Suppression resources on-site include two handcrews and aerial resources which include an air attack coordination platform, two single engine air tankers and two heavy air tankers.
Grand Canyon National Park fire managers—working with resources from Sedona Fire Department, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Rocky Mountain National Park, Zion National Park, Saguaro National Park and Kaibab National Forest—completed ignition operations on the Long Jim III Prescribed Fire. Crews will now monitor the unit and mop up any areas along the fire’s perimeter that may threaten the holding line.