LTBMU goes overboard

RUBCION TRAIL CLOSED within Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit.

I get there are fires across the west but that is no reason to close public lands tens of miles away.

As far as I know, and I just checked, the Tahoe National Forest has not been closed. And that’s in between the Eldorado and the Basin.

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May be an image of map and text that says 'Exhibit C: West Shore Area, Road, & Trail Closure 15N35 Granite Chief Wilderne 03 15N38 15N38 Lake Tahoe Û PACIFIC 2021 BACKCOUNTRY & WILDERNESS CLOSURE USDA Forest Order No. 19-21-05 Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit Closure 0.5 Stream/River: Perennial Waterbody LTBMU Miles Boundary Forest System Map August LTBMU'

I’m going to reach out to local authorities to challenge this decision.


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