Current Fire Information

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Following a lightning storm that threw over 31,000 lightning strikes from June 19 –June 21, five wildfires are now burning in remote locations in Denali National Park and Preserve. None of the wildfires are threatening park structures or sensitive resources. Due to the remote locations, fire managers have opted to monitor these fires.

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Alaska-wide National Park Service Fire Info

Latest updates, maps, and images of fires in national parks throughout Alaska
 
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Alaska Fire Info

Latest updates and maps of fires in Alaska
 
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Alaska Smoke Concerns

Current air quality advisories and alerts for Alaska
 
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Get ready for fire. Learn about your responsibilities.



 
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Wildland Fire Management in the Park

Fire managers work hard to balance the risks and benefits of fire in the park.

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