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Pine Peak Fire

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Unit Information

1785 Kiowa Ave 
Lake Havasu City, 
1785 Kiowa Ave 
Lake Havasu City, 

Incident Contacts

Rod Crum
Phone: 928-889-1057
Hours: 7am-7pm variable based on fire activity

This incident is no longer being updated.

7/29 Pine Peak Fire Update:  Fire continues to smolder in the heavy fuels.  Smoke may be visible from Yucca and Wikieup.

Size – Estimated at 1631 ac 7/26 at 1900

Containment – 77%

Total Personnel – 6

Current Fire Behavior – Due to the recent Thunderstorm activity and precipitation over the fire there has been no perimeter growth. Heavy downed logs due continue to smolder on the interior of the pine stringers.

Strategy - Due to the extremely remote and rugged terrain, this fire is in a confine /contain strategy. BLM Firefighters continue to monitor and recon the fire.

Weather Concerns – Forecast call for Scattered Thunderstorms though the weekend.

Basic Information
Current as of Wed, 09/07/2022 - 12:13
Incident Type Wildfire
Cause Lightning
Date of Origin
Location Pine Peak in Hualapai Mountains, approximately 20 miles southeast of Kingman
Incident Commander Chad Howard
Coordinates 34° 52' 52'' Latitude
-113° 51'
'' Longitude
Current Situation
Total Personnel: 6
Size 1,631 Acres
Percent of Perimeter Contained 100%
Fuels Involved

Ponderosa Pine and Chaparral fuels

Planned Actions

As of Aug. 4th, The Pine Peak Fire will be in monitor status, due to the recent Thunderstorm activity and precipitation over the past couple weeks. BLM Fire Crews will continue to monitor. The fire remains far away from any roads or access points.


8/4 Pine Peak Fire is now 100% contained.

No Future updates anticipated. Event will be deactivated.

Current Weather
Weather Concerns

Forecast is for continued chance of precipitation and scattered thunderstorms thru the weekend.