Monthly Archives: October 2011

Hurley Update Oct 28 – Nov 4

Nov 4 UPDATE:  Hurley has been plowed and several trucks with winter tires came over today. Nov 2 UPDATE:  It’s snowing hard on the Hurley at 5pm!   Warmer temps are making the road surface slippery.  Check back for the next plowing update, the logging company will be working for  a few more weeks and will … Continue reading »

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Hurley Road Avalanche Zone

Have you ever wondered why plowing on the Hurley Road is delayed on big snow years?  The avalanche danger from the Green Mountain ridge is the main reason.  This photo from shows the avalanche paths that on some years, has covered the Hurley Road.  The avalanche path area starts at the Green Mt branch … Continue reading »

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Have you Survived the Hurley?

Do you have a story to tell about the Hurley Road?   Wildlife encounters, backcountry recreation,  crazy weather,  road encounters –  if it happened on the Hurley, we want to hear about it!  We are looking for stories and photos of your adventures over the Hurley.  Please email to share your story and have it … Continue reading »

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Hurley Update – Oct 16 2011

The Hurley is in overall rough shape!  The switchbacks on the Pemberton side are in unusually great shape, however the rest of the road is covered in pot holes.   The snowline is getting lower up high and snow has already fallen down to that elevation, it is currently snow free but not for long.  Good … Continue reading »

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