Management plan for Klinar forest property (44 ha) located in Plavški Rovt, Upper Sava Valley, was made. After speaking to the owner, we determined the long-term forest management objectives. Considering past management practices, current state of forest stands and management objectives, we determined 3 different management scenarios: 1) Bussiness-As-Usual (BAU); 2) the promotion of larch (Larix decidua Mill.); and 3) the construction of skidding trails needed for optimal openness of forest. Forest stand map was actualized. We divided forests into 3 planning and 32 tending units. A silvicultural plan and economic evaluation were made for each scenario. The net revenue was calculated as the difference between the income from wood selling and management costs (felling, skidding, tending, firewood production, construction and maintenance of skidding trails and fiscal expenses). The alternative scenarios resulted in lower net revenue in the next 10 years; the income increased by 12 and 28 %, respectively, but the costs increased by 13 and 33 %, respectively. We estimate that the alternative scenarios outperform BAU on a long-run. Assuming that the owner does the work in a forest by himself, annual net revenue from 8292 EUR (BAU) to 10524 EUR (optimal openness of a forest) can be expected.