One Structure Burned in Cliff Creek Fire

(Bondurant, Wyo.) - The Cliff Creek fire is still burning on the Bridger-Teton National Forest near Bondurant, Wyoming. So far, one pole barn has burned, according to Mary Mary Cernicek, Public Affairs Officer for the Bridger-Teton National Forest. An area closure is expected to be in place today for much of the Forest north of Bondurant. It might include the Shoal Creek and Granite Creek drainages. Clark's Draw is expected to remain open. Through the evening last night there was a few trees that were torching, or completely going up in flames, but for the most part, the burning activity slowed down with the cooler temperatures. Fire engines were in the Bondurant area providing structure protection through the evening. Three helicopters will be supporting the firefighters today. 9 engines are on scene and working on the fire including resources from the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Grand Teton National Park and Sublette County Fire. The fire danger remains at "High" for the Bridger-Teton. An updated acreage for the Cliff Creek fire will be available when it is safe for the aircraft to fly around the perimeter of the fire for a new map. Visit for additional information. *Feature Photo: Cliff Creek Fire. h/t Kay Stratman / Pitchengine Communities* #buckrail #news #cliffcreekfire