The original charter for the trans Canada trail was for all persons to access regardless of mode of transport.
What makes you shake your head is they will allow snowmobiles in areas were motor vehicles are not allowed, is this do to the fact that there are no peddle bikers, hikers or horsey folk using the trail at that time??
Snowmobilers best watch out that the X country skiers don't get there panties in a bunch and start whining.
And how about the section between Faulder and Osprey lake that they turned into the road, are they going to kick the cars back to the original POS road?
If you were lucky enough to ride all the old rail beds on Phoenix MT (C.P/Great northern) your lucky as they are now all off limits to motorized vehicles. Peddle bikes, hikers, horsey folk and X country skiers only
Do the forestry managers have an agenda, because this is not the same as deactivating an old logging road, these trails are maintained but only for a select few.
shuswap biker screwed with this post 11-22-2012 at 09:45 AM