Stage Two fire restrictions have been lifted at the Grand Canyon National Park. National Park officials say increased Monsonal activity through Northern Arizona has significantly reduced fire danger risk within the last week. The park will remain in Stage One restrictions, which requires that a campfire always be in a designated fire ring within a maintained campground. Inner canyon users can use gas cook stoves, but campfires and other open fires are never allowed below the rim. Visitors to the park should check for fire restrictions or closures before hiking or camping, if you use a gas stove make sure it doesn’t tip over, consider alternatives to a campfire, if you’re a smoker, smoke only on paced surfaces or in an enclosed vehicle, be careful of parking in tall vegetation and if you see smoke or fire, call 911. For more information, log onto the Grand Canyon’s website.