East Hurley Closures

Posted by on August 29, 2019

Sections of the East Hurley will be closed for work on the Bralorne Sewer Project. Please see the site for more details.

TRAFFIC IMPACTS:
Please note that for the duration of the project, a small section (approximately 1 kilometre) of the East Hurley Road will be closed daily from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. The closure takes place from Cadwallader Bridge, up Compressor Hill to the intersection of East Hurley and Lillooet Pioneer Road.

Bralorne remains accessible, and the closure section will be opened immediately in the event of an emergency.

Traffic update for the September Long Weekend: The East Hurley Road will be open for the entire Labour Day Long Weekend, from Friday August 30 to Monday September 2, 2019. Construction and daily road closures will resume Tuesday September 3.

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!

6 Responses to East Hurley Closures

  1. Charles Townsend

    Its a sad day when the east Hurley is the smoothest part of the road, but thats where were at right now.

    The main Hurley is a collection of washboards and pot holes in its entirety with the occasional short smooth break in too few sections. The big long straight hill half way up from the Pemberton side isn’t too bad, but the rest of the road is ROUGH! I haven’t seen it this bad in a long time.

    The Lilooet FSR is decent.

  2. Charles Townsend

    East Hurley open as of yesterday. The best section of the road is the easy Hurley, with the rest being washboards all the way.

  3. Ben Rusuisiak

    GRAMMER/WORD ORDER CORRECTED FROM PREVIOUS POST

    Aug 31, I drove from Pemberton to Gold Bridge with Toyota Corolla with stock low clearance base model tires. Overall average speed for the whole route was about 18-22km/hr. At odd sections went as fast as 30-35km/hr. Some uphill or washboard sections 10km or less/hr. No dangerous big dips or anything like that.
    Just rugged base rocks sticks out of gravel road, plus gravel pebbles themselves are larger and sharper than other easer to drive gravel roads. Road got slightly better after going past the fork to Bralorne. I did go as fast as 40-45km a few times there.

    On my way back drove to Lilooet. This latter road felt more like I really survived by looking at scary cliffs with rocks just about coming down majority of the way.

  4. Ben Rusuisiak

    I drove from Pemberton to Gold Bridge with Toyota Corolla with stock low clearance base model tires. Overall average speed was 18-20km/hr. At odd sections went as fast as 30-35km/hr. Some uphill or washboard sections 10km or less/hr. On my way back drove to Lilooet. Road got slightly better after going past the fork to Bralorne. I did go as fast as 40-45km a few times there. Latter road felt more like I really survived by looking at scary cliffs with rocks just about coming down majority of the way.

  5. admin

    Hi Glenn, The Hurley pass is open. It’s only the East Hurley to Bralorne that will be closed.

  6. glenn wilton

    Hello. I see that the Hurley pass is closed due to sewer construction. We planned on adventure biking from Lillooet to Vancouver over the pass on Sept. 14th. Does anyone have any information if the road will likely be opened up by then?

    Thanks Glenn

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