In the central area, only two management activities are planned:
- - Marking the central zone boundaries through the use of informative signs.
- - Creating and setting up an educational trail that presents an authentic part of the wild beech forest. It covers only a small part of the central area due to the strictly protected status in place. This trail is open only for guided tours with prior authorization.
Management activities in the traditional use area:
- - Identification of areas affected by erosion or under threat of erosion, as well as landslides and landslides. This identification must be completed within the first year after the establishment of the park;
- - Identifying measures to reduce the effects of erosion, to mitigate risks of landslides, and to rehabilitate areas affected by deforestation.
- - Improving timber harvesting practices in beech forests by using selective cutting methodologies.
- - Reducing local demand for firewood by improving wood drying technologies and the efficiency of firewood burning.
Management activities in the area of sustainable development:
- - Ongoing campaigns to build public awareness of sustainable development practices;
- - Improving energy efficiency and natural resources;
- - Waste and sewage management;
- - The preparation and establishment of a local construction code for the purpose of maintaining traditional practices of architecture, landscaping and land use;