United States Forest Service officials have lifted the closures of Greyrock and Hewlett Gulch trails as well as the Gateway Natural Area.
Firefighters fully contained the 231-acre Seaman Fire northwest of Fort Collins on Friday, according to the Arapaho & Roosevelt National Forests service (ARP).
#SeamanFire all closures lifted. https://t.co/waDzJp76Ip
— Canyon Lakes Ranger RD (@usfsclrd) September 17, 2018
Fire crews will now focus on mop up and monitoring operations, according to ARP.
Firefighters lifted the voluntary evacuation of 11 structures on Smith Bridge Road about a half mile away from the fire Sept. 13.
The fire is located on steep terrain in mixed grass, brush and pockets of conifers in the area of the previous 2012 Hewlett burn scar.
The fire was sparked by lightning Sept. 11 and grew to over 100 acres due to windy conditions.
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