Quoting the OCP:
Provide for community discussion of the possible benefits of some development above the 1200 - foot limit in areas such as the central part of the Limited Use and Recreation area, through a process of rezoning in exchange for public acquisition of land with environmental assets that would otherwise be developed, or that could be of outstanding community benefit.
Basically, the question is whether you support allowing some development above 1200' in order to preserve land below 1200' that has exceptional environmental or recreational value.
There is no proposal on the table, but an example would be preserving land around Whyte Lake by allowing development above 1200'. Some people feel that allowing a density transfer would be more appropriate than allowing development above 1200'.
You're correct that existing bike trails could be impacted by this. On the other hand, a wider corridor for recreational trails below 1200' could be exchanged for limited development above 1200' adjacent to the Cypress Village development.
It's hard to say whether you support this or not without a specific example. Maybe that's what you should put in the comments.