Temporary ACA Route Road Closures / Southern Tier 7: Potential impact of Hurricane Matthew, Autumn 2016« on: October 10, 2016, 04:32:50 pm »
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Will absolutely try trip again. It was just going to be a long weekend / partial route. I'm in SLC so Idaho is really close: we can smell the Idaho fires in the air depending on how the wind blows.
Didn't know about your other fire data. Will look for that! Thanks.
I appreciate the Adventure Cycling Route map showing the fire incidents. However, the simple icon designation for "fire" doesn't adequately distinguish between big fires and little fires, in my opinion. Thus, I still look at Inci to determine what I'm dealing with. I've cancelled my trip to Idaho for this year.
The Pioneer Fire is currently the largest forest fire in the country, over 100,000 acres. There are two fires with more acreage this fire season, but those were grassland fires. The Rough Fire does also have area closures.
It would be great if the ACA map can sometime incorporate the outlines of the fire areas as served up by inciweb.