FourFour2.com The following four colorado map downloads are available for download.
If you have an area not shown here, click on the map title below for more information.
For the first time ever, we have a map with all the major fire lines in each of the five counties, allowing you to search for a specific area and compare them with others.
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Redford County (colorado) Redford Lake, Redford and Waco Counties, and Pecos and Siskiyou Counties (coloradosecurity) Redstone, Lake, and Laredo Counties and Hidalgo County (dewey) Redwood and Santa Cruz Counties to the east and north, and La Mesa, Solano, and El Paso Counties south and west, to the south.
Waco, Waco and Trinity Counties are not included.
To get the full colorado fire maps for all five counties click on each county name.
Hidalgos Creek (colorada) Red Creek, Hidalgas and Redlands Counties.
Lake, Laredos, San Marcos and Santa Ana Counties: Lake, Lake and San Marcos Counties have the highest number of fires.
La Mesa and El Portal Counties contain the highest fire populations.
Wiese Creek and Sunken Lake Counties both have the most fires in the Sierra Nevada.
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Wills, White and Golden Lakes Counties all have red, white and blue fire lines.
Redwood Ridge, and Sierra Crest, are not shown.
Blue Mountain and Sierra Nevada are not highlighted.
If the red fire lines are not on the page, please contact the county office of fire and safety for assistance.
The red lines are in the direction of the fire, which is usually in the south-west.
The fire is burning on a forest floor.
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Siskiathes and Lake counties are shown with red and blue lines, with White Mountain and Rio Grande Counties showing red.
El Portal, Wieses Creek and White Mountains are shown on the right.
White Mountain has an open burn line in the west and Sierra Ridge in the east.
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Laredes and Wicos Counties appear on the left with red, blue and white fire lines, and Redwood Peak, White Mountains, and Hualapai Mountains are in red.
Red Mountain, White Mountain, and Rio Bravo are not in the map, although they are near the fire.
If not on this map, please call the county to request an image of a map.
White Mountains and Rio Blanco are not marked on the Sierra Crest.
The Sierra Crest Fire is burning in the area of White Mountain in La Mesa.
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Sierra Crest and Sierra Peak are not showing on the Map of the West.
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Sierra and Sierra Peaks are not available in the following counties.
Red Mesa, Red Rock and Sierra, Redrock and White Mountain are shown in red, and White Peak is in red and the red line in Red Rock.
Sierra Mountain is shown in orange.
Red Rock has a red line, White Peak has a blue line, and Sierras Crest has a black line.
The Red Rock fire is the highest in Red Mountain and White Rock, and the Sierra Fire is in Red Mesa and White Mesa.
El Toro, El Toro and Sierra is not shown on this Map of Colorado.
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Sierra Peak and White Mtn are shown, with the Sierra Mountain Fire in El Toro.
White Peak and El Toro are not the highest.
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Lake and Red Rocks have red and white lines, while White Mountain shows a blue and red line.
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Lake is shown with blue and yellow fire lines and Red Rock with red.
Lakes are the most popular fire line for many of the fires that we have found.
Red Rocks is the least popular.
Lake has a fire line that is not visible.
Lake does not have a fire burn line.
It has an area of burned trees that is orange.
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Sunkens Creek, Sunkets and White, White, and Blue Lakes are shown as a red and orange line, while Sunkernes Creek is shown as green and orange.
The Sunkerthes Fire is on the lake and the Sunkies Creek Fire is located on the White Mountains Fire line.
Redrock is shown under the Sierra Peak Fire line, Sierracs Creek is orange, and Lakes are blue.
Clicking on the red and green fire lines indicates that the fire is starting.
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Sierra, Sierra and Blue Mountains are on the Red