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Rule eased for forest pass-CA

June 15, 2005

The Forest Service announced yesterday that the controversial Adventure Pass no longer will be required in 90 percent of Southern California national forests.

But the Adventure Pass will be required in popular locations (about 10 percent), according to a statement from forest officials. The pass will be required in areas such as Laguna Mountain, Orosco Ridge Shooting Area, Wildomar and Corral Canyon Off Highway Vehicle Areas, Ortega Corridor Highway, Noble Canyon, Trabuco Canyon and Tenaja areas. Also, forest users will need the Adventure Pass to camp and picnic in the more popular areas. Remote areas of the forest will be free. Prorated refunds are available. Call (858) 673-6180.

The pass fees are being dropped to comply with the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act, which passed as part of the 2005 Consolidated Appropriations Act, the Forest Service statement said.

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