[pct-l] Stehekin Fire Detour
caver456 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 22:48:37 CDT 2015
Thank You for the info as it is available, as straight as possible
from the source(s). It's a big help to everyone on the list. Good
luck to you and everyone else up there.
Looks like Jack and crew at PCTA are putting in a lot of effort to
make sure their info is updated too. Ideally they could post here
whenever they update their page. Is anyone in touch with them?
The latest, with several posts from Aug 20:
On Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 8:35 PM, Andrea Dinsmore
<andrea at dinsmoreshikerhaven.com> wrote:
> OK..........Spoke with the National Park Service near Glacier,
> WA.......they say the Rainy Pass to the border is closed. They say there is
> a fire up near Woody Pass. Spoke to the US Forest Service in Marblemount
> and they say it is open. They say there is no fire north of Rainy Pass. Go
> figure....right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing. All depends
> who you call to get info from. Will be on the phone tomorrow calling more
> agencies. My apologies if I have led some of you wrong....I can only pass
> on what I'm told by the Govt folks. I would like it to be open for the
> 700-800 of you heading north. One agency is saying hike on from
> Stehekin.....the other agency is saying get off the trail. I am doing the
> best I can to get you on your way and save you a bunch of hassle.
> PCT MOM
> Andrea Dinsmore
> On Thu, Aug 20, 2015 at 2:33 PM, Brick Robbins <brick at brickrobbins.com>
>> Andrea just posted this on Facebook
>> I just spoke with the National Park Service near Glacier, WA and they
>> are saying the PCT is CLOSED from Rainy Pass north. I'm getting the
>> impression that the whole area from Newhalem to Twisp and north to the
>> border is closed. Here is the phone number that they want you to call
>> for any questions or reroute, closure info and fire updates.
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