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What does CIRO stand for?

CIRO stands for City of Rocks National Reserve (US National Park Service)

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For climbing fans, Yosemite National Park and Joshua Tree National Monument in California, City of Rocks National Reserve in Idaho, and several other parks are meccas that provide some of the best climbs in the country.
Rick Wagner, a 26-year veteran of the National Park Service with 43 years of federal conservation work, who preserved key pieces of the American cultural and natural heritage by spearheading the creation of the State of Idaho Castle Rock State Park and the expansion of the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, the Nez Perce National Historic Trail, and the California Trail in the City of Rocks National Reserve.