Giant Forest Webcam Link
The Giant Forest webcam is one of a network of digital cameras at many parks that help to track conditions and to educate the public on air-quality issues. These cameras often show visibility impairment due to air-quality issues, whether natural (such as wildfire) or human-caused pollution. Because the cameras are part of air-quality monitoring sites, their web pages display other information along with the latest photo: current levels of ozone, particulate matter, or sulfur dioxide air pollutants, visual range, and weather conditions.
NEW! Charts of the last ten days of hourly weather, ozone, particulate matter, or sulfur dioxide data are now available. To view, click the blue "10-day Charts" tab now appearing on the right side of each park's web-camera home page.
The digital photos are usually updated every 15 minutes, while air-quality data values are revised hourly.
Go to the Giant Forest Webcam page > > >
Last updated: October 20, 2017