Nov 15 – Light snow to the valley bottom and 15cm snow up on the Hurley. -2c at 1pm today. Thanks to Mark for the photo.
Nov 14 – The big rock is still on the road. It was supposed to be moved last week by one of the logging companies but it hasn’t been as of yet. Thanks to Lyn for the update & photo!
Temps have cooled down a bit and snow has returned to the summit of the Hurley. 6 inches this morning and by the afternoon was down to dirt in the tracks. Thanks to Squamish Lillooet Regional Director Debbie Demare for the update and photo.
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