VIDEO: 360 aerial tour of Grizzly Creek and Pine Gulch Fire |

VIDEO: 360 aerial tour of Grizzly Creek and Pine Gulch Fire

Video Courtesy of EcoFlight

The Aspen Times worked on this project with other news agencies and Aspen-based nonprofit EcoFlight, which educates and advocates for the protection of remaining wildlands and wildlife habitat using small aircraft. This video was produced and is owned by EcoFlight. To fully utilize the 360 features of this video use your mouse or touchscreen move around. For more information on EcoFlight, go to

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