Nov 14 Update

Rain in the valley overnight and over a foot of snow at the Hurley summit, temp -1c. Conditions are slick.

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  Have a safe drive!

Hurley Summit Nov 14

Hurley Summit Nov 14

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Nov 10 Update

Thanks to Robin Naidoo for the latest Hurley update from the weekend. Snow is in the forecast for the next few days so please keep sending in road updates.

Drove the Hurley from Pemberton at about 3pm today.  Most of it was bare and in good condition; towards the summit there was hard-packed snow that was a bit slippery in places, but overall an easy drive with my 4Runner and all-season tires.

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  Have a safe drive!

Hurley Summit Nov 10

Hurley Summit Nov 10

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Nov 6 Update

Thanks to Scott Frizzell for the latest Hurley update and photo. Came west over the Hurley Tuesday morning. Road is bare. 2 degrees and snowing lightly at the pass. Road is good in spots and not so good in others. Lillooet FSR still has lots of pot holes.

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  Have a safe drive!

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Oct 28 Update

Thanks to Lauree Carmichael for the latest Hurley update and photo after the snow last night:  1:30 today there was about 6 to 8 inches of snow at the summit, but lots of traffic going through.

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  Have a safe drive!

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Road conditions Oct 28

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Oct 25 Update

Thanks to Debbie Demare for the latest Hurley update: I travelled Hurley FSR yesterday back and forth. Junction with Lillooet River FSR to Tenquille corner has not been graded. Just west side of summit to Hope Creek, there has been intermittent grading…certainly not a full grade but has dealt with the pothole issues in this section. Hope Creek to first bridge west of Steel Bridge – graded and well done. First Bridge west of Steel Bridge to Gwenyth Lake – needs grading, some sections are ok but others are full of pot holes.  Gwenyth – Gold Bridge  is fine.

Thanks to BJ Moore, Engineering Officer, Cascades Natural Resource District for staying on top of this and providing the latest maintenance update – Our contractor has multiple projects on the go and they will be starting the grading/packing project in the middle of next week. The plan is for a grade on the Lillooet FSR from 0-9km and a grade/pack on the Hurley up to 11km and then a grade up to Hope Creek.

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  Have a safe drive!

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Turn right for the Hurley here on the Pemberton Meadows Road

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October 20 Update

Thanks to Randy Perazzo for the latest Hurley Update: The Lillooet River portion is still horrendous. The Pemberton side up to Semiphore Lake trail head at the summit is not in very good condition and very rough. Semiphore to the 20km marker on the Gold Bridge side has been graded where needed and is in good condition. From 20km to Gold Bridge has not been graded.

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  Have a safe drive!

The cranberries are being harvested in the Upper Pemberton Meadows and the fields of red are spectacular!

Cranberry Harvest in the Pemberton Meadows

Cranberry Harvest in the Pemberton Meadows

 

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Maintenance Update

The Hurley is really rough right now with washboards and huge potholes.  A grader, water truck, & pack will be working from the Pemberton end of the Hurley.  This is planned for next week.   They will touch up the switchbacks and grade up the road for approximately 7 days.  Expect to see crews and potentially flag people and please drive slow and give them space.

The Lillooet River FSR has been reported to have many and large potholes.  This is a different office than the Hurley, can you please email your concerns to Malcolm Schulz. 604 898-2139, Malcolm.Schulz@gov.bc.ca.

The Hope Creek to Gwenyth Lake section also has some sections with potholing.  This section is currently under an industrial user, Interwest Timber Ltd.  FLNRO officials have advised them that it needs to be graded.

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  Have a safe drive!

Grading the Hurley

Grading the Hurley

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Oct 10 Update

The Hurley is back to being snow free with lots of potholes. Thanks to Sue and Phil for the latest photo taken at the summit.

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  Have a safe drive!

Hurley Summit Oct 9

Hurley Summit Oct 9

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Thanksgiving Snow Clearing

The grader has finished clearing snow on the Hurley. There are some slippery sections so drive with caution. Thanks to Randy Perazzo for the update and photo taken at 18km on the Pemberton side. Happy Thanksgiving!

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  Have a safe drive!

 

Hurley snow clearing on Oct 6

Hurley snow clearing on Oct 6

 

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Thanksgiving Update

Update from later Thursday night: Reports of the track being icy and a vehicle sliding off and getting stuck.

Came over the Hurley tonight with 12-14 inches at the summit. A grader is working on snow clearing and should have it cleared by tomorrow, they are 4km from the summit. Thanks to Barbara Engstrom for the photos and update. Happy Thanksgiving!

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  Have a safe drive!

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Hurley Summit Oct 5

Hurley Summit Oct 5

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12-14 inches at the summit

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October 2 Snow Update

Thanks to Oben Hart for the latest Hurley update and photos.

We drove the Hurley this morning around 7am from Gold Bridge to Pemberton. We got through fine in our truck without chains, but the road condition worsens the further you get from Gold Bridge. The initial stretch was ploughed yesterday due to some resource activity. Past about the halfway point, there’s been no maintenance, with more snow and a less-travelled tire track.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.  Have a safe drive!

Gold Bridge side of the Hurley with recent plowing

Gold Bridge side of the Hurley with recent plowing

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Hurley summit snow 7.30am Tuesday

Hurley summit snow 7.30am Tuesday

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September Snow

Heavy snow in the valley Sunday and overnight and reports of up to a foot of snow on the Hurley and lots of trees down. Several people tried to make it across this morning and turned around because of all the trees down. Send in your photos and updates if you make it over! Thanks to Justin Bones for the photo of the trees down by Green Mt taken at 5.30am this morning.

If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions.  Winter driving skills, 4×4, chains and good snow tires are essential for travel.  A survival/safety kit are good things to carry in your truck.   Conditions can change fast at anytime up there with the fluctuating temperatures & weather.  Current conditions may not be reported on this site.  This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below.  Have a safe drive!

Heavy snow and trees down

Heavy snow and trees down

Hurley summit on September 30 before most of the snow fell overnight

Hurley summit on September 30 before most of the snow fell overnight

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August Grading Update

Thanks to Debbie Demare for the latest update and video: Road is graded Gold Bridge to Hope Creek. Grader is working on the Pemberton side. Lower switchbacks are done. Lillooet River FSR also in great shape. Don’t forget about the Slow Food Cycle road closure on Sunday.

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below. Support this website and order your Hurley t-shirts, bumper stickers, can coolers & trucker hats in 3 colours – green/white, black/gold, pink/grey  Click here to purchase Hurley merchandise.  Thank you for your road updates and support!

August 17 Hurley Video

 

 

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Slow Food Cycle Road Closure

The annual Pemberton Slow Food Cycle is on Sunday August 19 and will impact Hurley drivers with a road closure. Once again this year, in the interest of participant safety, Pemberton Meadows Road will be closed to vehicle traffic from 10am – 3pm on Sunday for the Slow Food Cycle Sunday event. The road will remain open for slow moving farm vehicles.

From 9am-10am and from 3pm onward the road will be shared by vehicle traffic and bike traffic. The speed limit along Pemberton Meadows Road will be reduced to 30 km/hr. Please share the road and respect each other’s goals to ensure a fun and safe day for all.

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below. Support this website and order your Hurley t-shirts, bumper stickers, can coolers & trucker hats in 3 colours – green/white, black/gold, pink/grey  Click here to purchase Hurley merchandise.  Thank you for your road updates and support!

Pemberton Slow Food Cycle

Pemberton Slow Food Cycle

 

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Active Logging

Interwest has recommenced logging in the Hope Creek area off of the Hurley Rd.

They will be hauling two loads per day eastbound down the Hurley out Rd. 40 out to Lillooet.  Radio Channel RR3 to Bridge Main FSR.

They will also be hauling two loads per day westbound down the Hurley and out to Squamish. Radio Channel RR6 to Lillooet River FSR.

Estimated haul start times is 4:00 am and 11:00 am. Drive with your headlights on and stay on your side of the road.

This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to info@bridgerivervalley.ca or post in the comments below. Support this website and order your Hurley t-shirts, bumper stickers, can coolers & trucker hats in 3 colours – green/white, black/gold, pink/grey  Click here to purchase Hurley merchandise.  Thank you for your road updates and support!

 

 

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