Updated Station Fire Closure (w/ map & text attachments)

The Station Fire of August / September 2009 has kept a large portion of the western half of the San Gabriels closed. And it seems like it will stay that way until now allegedly December 2010.

PDF Map

Document with description of closure boundaries

However, there are some previously closed areas that are now open…including the north side of Mt Waterman and the moving the closure line north of the ACH a bit west past the Winston Peak / Winston Ridge area. Additionally, it appears the south border has moved further north in the Monrovia Peak area. I can’t offer specifics as I’ve just glanced at the pdf map at moderate resolution. The text document offers more specifics. Any comments on specific changes are appreciated.

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6 Responses to “Updated Station Fire Closure (w/ map & text attachments)”

John Y.

John Y. June 2nd, 2010 at 11:21 pm

Comparing the terrible .pdf with the regular ANF map, it looks like the southern boundary of the forest closure north of Monrovia Peak corresponds with the boundary of the San Gabriel Wilderness. So at least Monrovia’s accessible.

Zé

June 3rd, 2010 at 1:35 pm

oh the pleasant Monrovia Peak! lol. I imagine the ridge route I took up would be annoying in the summer with brush and sun exposure.

mike

mike January 31st, 2011 at 6:42 pm

is the dawn mine hike open yet?

FIGHT ON

FIGHT ON February 2nd, 2011 at 6:32 am

No.
But you can make up all sorts of reasons to justify going in anyway. Just email one of the “masters of trespassers” and they can pollute your mind into doing it!

Zé

February 8th, 2011 at 12:08 pm

I’ve done more for closed areas than you have your entire life FO. Honestly you should look up to me, praise me. With all your tools you should make a statue of me and put it in your bedroom.

FIGHT ON

FIGHT ON February 10th, 2011 at 6:13 am

Breaking the laws of the Angeles National Forest? You sure have done more! yer all messed up dude, in the head! but you’ll fit right in up there in those bay area parades!

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