Drivers zoom down U.S. Route 191, away from the Bacon Rind fire burning on the northwestern edge of Yellowstone National Park in this 2018 file photo. 

A new wildfire has been detected in Yellowstone National Park.

Park officials announced in a news release that the Carnelian fire is burning about 0.1 acre a mile west of Dunraven Pass. The fire is within an area that last burned in 1988.

Fire crews are monitoring the blaze. Smoke may be visible from the road, according to the release, and there aren’t any closures because of the fire.

Officials also bumped fire danger in the park to “high.” There are no fire restrictions, but campfires are allowed only in established fire rings at campgrounds and some backcountry campsites.

The Carnelian fire is the sixth blaze in the park this year. Most have been less than an acre.

One, the Pollux fire, is still going near the eastern border of the park. It has burned about 30 acres, according to the park’s website.

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