Monthly Archives: June 2012

East Hurley Washout

The East Hurley experienced a washout sometime on Saturday night and the road remains closed.  This is at the first culvert approx 3km after the split on the main Hurley.   Local Area A Director Debbie Demare has made the Ministry Of Transportation aware of the washout.  However, she notified them three times about the avalanche … Continue reading »

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June 16 East Hurley Update

The avalanche debris is 4.6 kms from the steel bridge and 8.8 kms from Bralorne. It is approximately 100 ft long and right now the debris is piled up between 10-20 ft for most of that length. The debris field contains a fair amount of snow at the bottom, large boulders, large trees, mud and … Continue reading »

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June14 Update

From the Pemberton side up to approx  2 kms towards the summit past the Tenquille Lake branch has not been graded for some time and the road bed is full of large and larger rocks sticking up.  One needs to be cautious on this section.    The Hurley River is running hard and is at road … Continue reading »

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Photo Contest Winner!

Thanks to everyone who sent in photos of opening weekend on the Hurley!   The winning photo’s were of something you don’t often see walking down the road…… a beaver!  Congratulations to Matt  Smith for winning a “I Survived The Hurley”  T-Shirt and sticker.  Thanks for sharing these photos with us Matt! We are still looking … Continue reading »

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East Hurley

A lot of people have been asking if the East Hurley Road to Bralorne is open.  These images should answer that question!  No it’s not open!  A huge avalanche came down this spring, bringing a lot of forest debris down with it.  Until this debris is cleared off the road, the East Hurley will remain … Continue reading »

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Opening Weekend!

The Hurley is in great shape!  The top 5km at the summit is still muddy/snowy/rough and the rest of the road has been graded.  The switchbacks on the Pemberton side are in good condition too, as good as they get!  The East Hurley is still closed due to the large pile of avalance debris covering … Continue reading »

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