Drivers travelling between Alberta and British Columbia can once against travel between Radium and the Alberta border.
Drive BC reports that Highway 93 reopened between Radium Hot Springs and the Alberta Border around 4 pm Sunday afternoon.
The highway closed last week due to wildfire activity in Kootenay National Park.
The Whitetail Creek wildfire north of Radium remains a wildfire of note and currently covers an estimated 300 hectares.
The fire is 35 per cent guarded, 25 per cent contained and is still classified as out of control.
The Wardle Complex Wildfire burning in Kootenay National Park was estimated yesterday at 1,200 hectares and is expected to grow even more before it is under control.
It is now burning on both sides of Highway 93 travelling through the park.
Area closures and evacuation orders from Parks Canada remain in effect.
Elsewhere, the Sage Creek wildfire burning 65 kilometres southeast of Fernie is now estimated at 1239 hectares.
Currently, 30 firefighters, three helicopters, three pieces of heavy equipment and two airtankers are responding to the blaze.
(Pictured: Whitetail Creek Wildfire north of Radium Hot Springs)