After a record-breaking fire season in 2020, it’s crucial to Colorado that residents and tourists take the dangers of fire seriously. Three wildfires in 2020 broke the record for largest wildfire in Colorado’s recorded history: Cameron Peak fire (208,913 acres), East Troublesome fire (193,812 acres), and Pine Gulch fire (139,007 acres).

Don’t be a part of the problem, be a part of the solution.

Here are 11 tips to avoid starting a wildfire.

Leslie James is all about Colorado when it comes to writing features, sharing adventures, and creating colorful galleries. She loves camping, hiking, mountain biking and snowboarding. Leslie joined OutThere Colorado in November 2020.

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