I was Googling for information about the Old Coach Road/Five Bridges Wilderness Area and ran across this:
"In 2016, these same 12 kilometers of trail were designated for bicycle use. This is the first trail in a wilderness area where bicycle use has been authorized.
This is a pilot project that will help Nova Scotia Environment and others understand the needs and impacts of bicyclists and the interaction with other users along a multi-use trail in a wilderness area. The project was proposed by the Five Bridge Lakes Wilderness Area Stewardship Coalition, with support from ATVANS. Bicycle use is only permitted in wilderness areas on trails designated for that purpose."
Anyone know the status of this pilot project?