Parts of Angeles National Forest reopen after Station Fire

ARCADIA, Calif.

The 2009 Station Fire was the largest wildfire in /*Los Angeles County*/ history.

It burned about 161,000 acres of land, destroyed 89 homes and killed two firefighters.

The areas opening include:

  • Indian Canyon Trailhead
  • Charlton Flat Picnic Area
  • Gould Mesa Campground
  • Bear Canyon Trail
  • Paul Little Picnic Area
  • Mill Creek Summit Picnic Area
  • Silver Moccasin Trail
  • Nature's Canteen Trail
  • Sunset Ridge Trail
  • San Gabriel Wilderness area
  • Pacific Crest Trail will reopen with some reroutes

Thousands of acres, mainly in Big Tujunga Canyon, will remain closed.

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