What is the General Management Plan and why do I care?
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The GMP is a set of guidelines and rules tailored specifically to the requirements and challenges of managing day-to-day activities, cultural and natural resources, and the visitor experience at Pinnacles National Monument. • What does the GMP say about climbing? Well, not much, specifically. The GMP’s language speaks mostly in broad strokes – it is a “General” plan. You can expect to see things along the lines of: “The park will take action to abate erosion in high use areas, such as hiking trails and staging areas for rock climbing.” (Note: FOP created the previous example. We are not aware that this exact language appears anywhere in any proposed GMP) The point is that the GMP is not where the Park is going to define any specific regulations pertaining to rock climbing in the park. That language will appear in a separate document called the “Climbing Management Plan” or CMP. • If the CMP is the climbing related document, then why aren’t we commenting on that? It doesn’t exist yet. T