Robert Portello of Graham hikes to the Fremont Lookout trail near Sunrise. Sunrise, White River and their facilities reopened at 8 a.m, said park spokeswoman Patti Wold. Fire danger still exists in the area and smoke may be heavy at times in the area.
Robert Portello of Graham hikes to the Fremont Lookout trail near Sunrise. Sunrise, White River and their facilities reopened at 8 a.m, said park spokeswoman Patti Wold. Fire danger still exists in the area and smoke may be heavy at times in the area. Craig Hill Staff file
Robert Portello of Graham hikes to the Fremont Lookout trail near Sunrise. Sunrise, White River and their facilities reopened at 8 a.m, said park spokeswoman Patti Wold. Fire danger still exists in the area and smoke may be heavy at times in the area. Craig Hill Staff file

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