Iowa Hill ~ Part 1 "Braving The King Fire"

Iowa Hill ~ Part 1 "Braving The King Fire"

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We were on the road heading down I-80 through Truckee when we hit miles of ash and smoke caused by the King Fire. At the time we were not aware their was a massive forest fire but sometimes they are so large that the smoke can reach for hundreds of miles. In this case the King Fire it burned 97,000 acres of the ElDorado National Forest caused by arson. The fire was so out of control that it burned a total of 80 structures all of them being peoples homes and twelve firefighters were injured. The fire put the town of Iowa Hill under smoke as a matter in fact you can see from this clip that the national forest and surrounding mountains are at nearly zero visibility. You could smell it in the air cinder, burnt wood and we had no idea what awaited us on the road less traveled. We had a day of adventuring planned in the high sierras hiking around at Placer Big Trees Grove, Sugar Pine Reservoir, Morning Star Lake and the ghost town of Iowa Hill. The gloominess would set the tone for the entire day the sun would be blotched out from morning till night as the first day of this fire ended up raging on for an entire month after I filmed this clip. It can be a scary scenario being on the road journeying to ghost towns or remote forest knowing a fire is looming over the area.

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