The wildfire danger in the Rocky Mountain House Forest Area is low.
Please continue to use caution when spending time in forested areas as wildfires can still ignite in cooler conditions.
Report smoke or flames in the forest by calling 310-FIRE (3473).
Since January 1, 2023, there have been 79 wildfires in the Rocky Mountain House Forest Area, burning a total of 120,936 hectares (ha).
There are currently two wildfires burning in the Rocky Mountain House Forest Area. They are both under control.
Since January 1, there have been 1,093 wildfires in the Forest Protection Area of Alberta, burning a total of 2,214,818 hectares.
For more information on the current wildfire situation, visit Alberta Wildfire Status.
Hunters, please ensure warming and cooking fires are completely extinguished when you are done with them. Build campfires on bare mineral soil, away from flammable vegetation like dry grass, twigs and leaves. Soak it, stir it and soak it again when you are done with your fire to ensure it is properly extinguished.
If you are using an off-highway vehicle, remember to stop often and check hot spots. Debris, like grass and twigs, can build up around the engine, exhaust and muffler. This debris can heat up, smoulder and inadvertently ignite a wildfire when it falls to the ground.
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