Chapter II – Protection of particular places and territories
Division I – General
§2 – Strips of woodland
In a strip of woodland kept along a road identified as a road corridor, an outlying circuit of a concentrated network of hiking trails, an interregional trail or a portage trail included in a canoe-kayak-camping course, a felling and hauling trail or other road may be constructed only at a distance of more than 250 m from another felling and hauling trail or another road. Deforestation for that purpose may not exceed the width of the felling and hauling trail or the width of the road, including the roadway, embankments and ditches.
- To contribute to the quality of the experience in the forest
- To reconcile the various activities that take place in the forest
- To allow certain forest development activities in or near a particular place
Roadway width by road class is shown in Schedule 4.
Figure 10 Spacing of hauling trails in the strip of woodland along a road corridor