Juliet Fire


Incident #: FNF-467
Fire Start: 7 months ago
Location: 29.9 miles NE of Condon, MT
Acres: 2,519
Agency: Kalispell Interagency Dispatch Center (MT-KIC)
Dispatch Notes: Protection agency: sbrd - bob marshall wilderness, 2519 acres. Lightning, controlled 10/30 @ 0800 | Contain: 10/25/18 1200 control: 10/30/18 0800

Current Weather

Fire Growth Potential

Incident Overview

Updated: 4 days ago — The Juliet Fire was detected on August 22nd, 2018 and is burning in the upper White River within the Bob Marshall Wilderness. The fire remains active in Pedro Creek; the recent spread uphill to the northeast was caused by isolated torching. As a whole, the Juliet Fire has been significantly less active as seasonable temperatures remain throughout the region. The fire burning in the upper end of the Wall Creek drainage has reached the 2012 Wall Creek Fire burn scar. The previous fire has significantly slowed current fire activity in this area. The fire is creeping and smoldering in Hoop, Upper Juliet, and Wall Creeks. The previous spot fire that had established in the headwaters of Juliet Creek continues to slowly creep towards the Continental Divide near My Lake. Trail closures remain in place, including the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDT). The Moose Fire to the east of the divide has also resulted in closures on the CDT. We will continue to monitor the fire with...


Incident Contact
Spotted Bear Ranger District
Phone: 406-758-5376
Hours: 7 days/week; 8am-4:30pm
Fire Unit Information
Flathead National Forest
U.S. Forest Service
650 Wolfpack Way
Kalispell, MT 59901

Basic Information

Lightning/ Natural
Date of Origin
Wednesday August 22nd, 2018 approx. 04:45 PM
South of the Wall Creek Cliffs between Juliet and Pedro Creeks in the Bob Marshall Wilderness.
Incident Commander
Duty Officer
47.747 latitude, -113.199 longitude

Current Situation

Total Personnel
2,518 Acres
Estimated Containment Date
Monday October 01st, 2018 approx. 12:00 AM
Fuels Involved
Timber (litter and understory).


Planned Actions
Trail closures, including the Continental Divide Trail (CDT) are currently in place.
Projected Incident Activity
Anticipated growth to the north and east may impact trails.
Structure protection at the Rock Creek administrative cabin is in place.