I saw some mention of this a few months back, so it didn't just pop out. That said, the Gov't really doesn't listen to stakeholders, in my experience we are just an obstacle to expedient implementation.
As I read this an acceptable trail (at this elevation) is now defined solely as one that has NO vegetation, not as one that has been used previously as a trail and has a skim of grass. That skim of grass could be a problem. I'm worried this is too tough a definition and trails that go lightly used will be lost forever to motorized users.
It will be interesting to see how the COs get around to enforcing this when they are already spread so thin
"In addition to these general provisions, there are alpine motor vehicle closures in place under the Wildlife Act in the Lillooet area, where the operation of all motor vehicles is prohibited above 1,920 metres. This specific closure occurs in the following areas: China Head Mountain (excluding Yalakom-Big Bar road), Nine Mile Ridge, Red and French Mountain and Hogback Mountain."
This looks like the china head road will be out of bounds as some of it is above 1920M 6300'. Not happy about that