The wildfire burning near Peachland that started four days ago is finally being held.
Dubbed the Pigeon Creek fire, water skimmers and helicopters have been working alongside ground crews to battle the blaze since June 4. It remains at 33 hectares.
It is visible from the Okanagan Connector, but BC Wildfire Service says that there is no danger to travellers on the highway.
There has been minimal growth to the flames since June 5.
The suspected cause is now thought to be lightning.
Black Press will continue to monitor the situation.