Long-term Fire Closures
A burned landscape presents a number of safety hazards that either did not exist prior to the fire or are increased by the effects of the fire. In some cases these hazardous conditions may continue for several years after a fire. Be very aware of your surroundings, follow warning signs, and pay particular attention to potential safety hazards such as unstable terrain, falling or rolling debris, displaced wildlife, burned stump holes and root chambers, hazard trees, and debris flows.
The following closures will remain in effect until further notice due to hazards from falling dead trees and other ground hazards resulting from wildfires.
Area Closures, including Climbing Approaches in the Chilliwack Area (map link):
Camp closures in the Chilliwack Area (map link):
Chilliwack, Brush Creek, Whatcom Pass
Area Closures, including Climbing Approaches in the Sourdough and Stetattle areas:
Camp closures in the Sourdough and Stetattle areas:
Trail closures are listed on the Trail Conditions page in each specific area drop down menu.
Last updated: October 11, 2023