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 a bunch of smaller wood debris. This is in a well shaded area and so the snow is not melting very fast.
A new road/path has been made around the end of the avalanche on the bank. It is passable by most vehicles although I wouldn’t take a motor home or similar sized vehicle over it. Slow does it.
The rest of the E. Hurley is in pretty good shape comparable to most of the rest of the Hurley with a couple of spots need to watch for really big rocks sticking up.
On Monday, June 4, Debbie Demare requested that Min. of Transportation clear this debris path and was advised that they were seeking special funding to do so. Thanks to Debbie Demare for this East Hurley report and photos.