The wildfire burning 19 km west of Nordegg is no longer out of control and has been reclassified as being held at about 507 hectares.
On Sunday 10 helicopters were working on the wildfire, along with 72 wildland firefighters. Heavy equipment was also on site to build a fire guard.
On Monday helicopters continued working on the wildfire, along with heavy equipment and wildland firefighters.
The wildfire was discovered in the Rocky Mountain House Forest Area on Tuesday, and by Friday progress was being made to slow the spread.
On Wednesday, Clearwater County issued a mandatory evacuation order which remains in place for Snow Creek, Dry Haven, Fish Lake and Goldeye Lake provincial recreation areas, Frontier Lodge, and Centre for Outdoor Education.
The order will remain in place until further wildfire control and containment is achieved. Traffic control and access closures also continue in the area of the evacuation order.
Meanwhile, the two-hour evacuation alert was lifted for residents and visitors in the hamlet of Nordegg.
The wildfire danger in the Rocky Mountain House Forest was reduced to moderate
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