The Angora fire, which has burned more than 100 acres east of Springville since Sunday, has triggered trail closures in the Golden Trout Wilderness in Sequoia National Forest.
Forest officials are closing the Coyote Lakes Trail from its intersection with trail 32E02 east of Lion Meadows north to Coyote Peaks and the Deep Creek Trail (32E06) north of 32E02 east of Round Meadow. Trail 33E14, the Willow Meadow cutoff trail, remains closed.
Travelers planning a trip into the Golden Trout Wilderness should contact the Western Divide Ranger District 559-539-2607 Monday through Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. for latest fire and trail closure information prior to travel.
The Angora fire, which was 20% contained as of Monday, does not pose a threat to campgrounds or roads most often traveled by visitors, the Forest Service said.
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