Nov 4 Update

Posted by on November 4, 2019

Thanks to Paul for the update from Nov 5 – HI, I just went over yesterday, it’s the Hurley. Anybody who has driven that road over the last 20yrs knows or should know what to expect. Its always rough and always full of holes. The only difference is how many holes. Bone dry, clear of snow and any obstruction and yes very rough as usual. Take care and appreciate all the updates. I didn’t think a photo was warranted.

Went over the Hurley, north on Nov. 2 and south on Dec.3. No problems with snow or ice, frequently as rough as a badger’s butt.

We’ve had a few comments lately to say the updates are misleading and the road is not in great shape and its actually rough and bumpy.  This is site is user updated and people have different views and standards on what they think is good or not. If you don’t agree with the update, send us a different update with your views and we will post that too.  We received a new update from an anonymous driver today with their view of how the road conditions are and we have never heard it called rough as a badger’s butt before!  Thanks for the update mystery driver!

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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