Hurley Road Updates

Road Condition Updates

Lillooet FSR open after flooding

4.20pm Thursday Nov 10 – The water levels have dropped and all roads in Pemberton are open after the flood,including the Lillooet FSR.  A logging contractor will move the big rock off the road tomorrow. See below. A big rock let go and slid down onto the road near 29km. Right where the river is … Continue reading »

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Snow Update Nov 3

Sunday Nov 6 – Rain at the Hurley summit, temps plus 2. Thanks to Randy Perazzo for the latest update and photo! Saturday Nov 5 – Rain at the Hurley summit. Conditions on the Hurley Nov 2 – 8am – 5cm snow, temp -1c and snowing lightly. 8pm – 15cm snow, temp 0c with light … Continue reading »

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Snow Update Oct 28

Thanks to John Elzinga for the latest Hurley update and photo from Sunday 30th – A beautiful day for the Hurley!   Road is clear with the usual collection of washboard and potholes. There is a hole forming in the bridge deck at the Hurley River crossing located at the East Hurley Rd junction. Thanks to … Continue reading »

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Snow Update Oct 26

Thanks to Sal Demare for the latest Hurley update from 3.30pm this afternoon. Snowing at the summit 0 degrees. Expect more snow to fall tonight as the temps cool down. 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 … Continue reading »

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Snow Update Oct 20-25

As of 7.30am on Oct 25th the road is still in the same condition as below. Rain at the summit and snow on the sides of the road. Thanks to Debbie Demare for the update. Thanks to local Remax realtor Dave Sharpe for the latest Hurley update from Thursday night.  Just about a 5 km … Continue reading »

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Snow Update Oct 16

Thanks to Dale Douglas from Tyax Adventures for the latest Hurley update from Sunday afternoon. At the pass the snow is about a foot deep with two ruts down to dirt. Might be an issue for low clearance vehicle  eg: Subaru outback If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year … Continue reading »

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Snow Update Oct 15

The recent storms have hit the Hurley with snow. Heavy rain just started in the valley at 3.30pm Saturday so expect heavy snow on the road today. Thanks to Ian Soderstrom for the photo taken Friday afternoon. If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year be prepared to experience all … Continue reading »

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First Fall Snow!

Thanksgiving weekend brings the first snowfall on the road at the summit of the Hurley.  Friday at 10am snow was falling lightly and temps were -1c.  It is raining heavy in the valley today and conditions are most likely wet and slushy at the top again. The grader will be working next week and they … Continue reading »

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September Grading Update

I Survived the Hurley T-shirts will be in stock soon! Click here to purchase Hurley merchandise to support this site! Thanks to SLRD Area A Director Debbie Demare for the latest update. I went over today to a SLRD meeting.  The grading has begun on the lower switchbacks on the Pembie side.  He has done … Continue reading »

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September Grading

From FLNRO – the grader is scheduled to do from 0 km on Pemby side all the way to Green Mountain junction.  Will start after September long weekend. Fire Crews will brush out around bridges and signs to improve road side visibility.  Please watch your speed and pass by the workers slowly. This year we … Continue reading »

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August Update

The switchbacks are getting a bit rough, FLNRO advises today they will have the grader up there starting today. They are also going to have some crews doing some brushing and straightening out signs starting today or tomorrow. Please slow down when approaching and give the operators and workers space and respect to do their … Continue reading »

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Ironman Road Closure Sunday

Sunday is the Whistler Ironman event and the Pemberton Meadows Road will be closed which will effect access to the Hurley.  See the chart below for the road closure times.  Expect delays and closures on Hwy 99 in Whistler and Pemberton Meadows Rd  from 7am and 4.30pm. More information about Whistler roads can be seen … Continue reading »

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East Hurley Grading Update

The complete East Hurley from the steel bridge to Bralorne has been graded in the last week. Overall it is in considerably better condition than it has been for several years. The first four kms from the steel bridge turn off are in really good shape as the rocks turned up by the grading  have … Continue reading »

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East Hurley Maintenance

The 4km’s of the East Hurley from the steel bridge end are currently being graded by a logging operation in preparations for logging and are very good shape. The remaining section of the E. Hurley will have grading commencing today. There is a community committee working on the issues with the E. Hurley and they … Continue reading »

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Unsafe speeds on the Hurley

This week the grader operator had a couple of close calls with vehicles driving too fast on the Hurley.  If this keeps up, they may have to hire flag persons to control the sections of road that are being worked on.  This will mean less funds will be available for grading.  They don’t want to … Continue reading »

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