Cave Rock Management Direction
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Cave Rock Climbing Closure Becomes Permanent
Site to be Managed for Historical and Archeological Significance
South Lake Tahoe, CA.
--Forest Supervisor Terri Marceron of the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit signed Forest Order 19-08-01 on February 26,
2008, which will enforce a permanent climbing closure and move the Cave Rock Management Plan forward, which will manage
the site for it's historical and archeological significance
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Record of Decision for the Cave Rock Management Direction Final Environmental Impact Statement
The Forest Service has prepared this Record of Decision for the Cave Rock
Management Direction Final Environmental Impact Statement.
The decision will
provide for maximum protection of the historic and heritage resources inherent at Cave Rock, end rock climbing and other
incompatible uses, while maintaining compatible public access and uses at the location.
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Download the Cave Rock Record of Decision
(PDF 139 KB)
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