Several Fires Burning In Colorado; Map And Overview

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There are several new fires burning in Colorado. Can't keep them all straight?

The Black Forest and Royal Gorge fires, which both started on June 11, are now contained. This means that the fire is being kept within certain boundaries thanks to lines built around the entire fire. It does not mean that they are extinguished.

This week saw multiple new fires pop up around the state: the Lime Gulch, East Peak, Wild Rose, Bull Gulch and West Fork Complex fires. The West Fork Complex Fire actually consists of four wildfires.

Several of these fires are causing smoke and haze over the city of Colorado Springs.

Take a look at the interactive Google map below to learn more and follow these stories to get the latest information on fires in Southern Colorado.

Black Forest Fire 100% Contained

Lime Gulch Fire Breaks Out In Jefferson County, Evacuations Ordered

Wildfire Burning In Fremont County

Smoke Seen In Colorado Springs, There Is Not A Fire In El Paso County

Royal Gorge Fire Now 100% Contained

Fire in Huerfano County

View Colorado Current Fires in a larger map