GREAT FALLS — Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forest said on Tuesday morning that the Woods Creek Fire (Inciweb) has now burned an estimated 3,700 acres.
The lightning-sparked fire was discovered on Saturday, July 10 near Boulder Lakes in the Big Belt Mountains.
Trail closures include:
- Trail #118 from the stove camp trailhead (T9N R3E Sec19) to its terminus at the upper end of road 4171-Blacktail Road (T10N R3E sec 23).
- Trail #142 from the trailhead off Blacktail Road (T10N R3E sec 29) to the intersection with trail #118.
- Trail # 140 from the trailhead off road #575-F1 (T9N R4E Sec7) to the intersection with trail #118.
- Trail #141 beginning at road #575 (T9N R4E Sec 5) to the intersection with trail #140.
- Trail #140A from the trailhead off road #575-F1 (T9N R4E Sec 7) to the terminus at Camas Lake.
At this point, there are no reports of injuries or damaged structures.
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