A current report states that the Carpenter 1 Fire has grown to 14,108 acres. Currently the fire is said to be 5% contained which is the first time any containment has been announced for the fire. Total personnel involved have … Continue reading
Below is an interactive map showing the Carpenter 1 Fire as well as recent hot spots from the MODIS satellite sensors. Clicking on the hot spots will give information on when they were first seen. Credit to: ersi
According to the U.S. Forest Service this morning, the Carpenter 1 Fire has grown to 10,935 acres. Currently 12 Hotshot Crews, 26 engines, 5 helicopters and air tankers struggle to control the fire. Despite all of the effort so far, … Continue reading
Recent estimates place the uncontrolled Carpenter 1 Fire at 6,000 to 8,000 acres. Approximately 500 evacuations have occurred on the mountain while hundreds of fire fighters battle the blaze. Evacuated areas include Trout Canyon, Kyle Canyon and Lee Canyon. The … Continue reading
The MtCharlestonWeather.com webcam will be pointed at the location of the Carpenter 1 Fire while it is active. The webcam will be updated every 5 minutes and will be running 24/7.
The Carpenter Canyon Fire, also known as the Carpenter One Fire, started on Monday and continues to burn. Despite all of the work to extinguish it, there is still no containment. Sources state the fire started from lightning and has … Continue reading
The U.S. Forest Service has reported that the fire in Carpenter Canyon on the Pahrump side of Mount Charleston has increased in size to around 1,800 acres. At this time the fire is not considered to be contained. Currently four … Continue reading
The Bureau of Land Management is currently battling a large wildfire on Mount Charleston. The fire started on Monday and is believed to have been started by lightning. The fire is located near Lee Springs in the Carpenter Canyon area … Continue reading