Monthly Archives: June 2022

June 30th Update

Update July 1st – The east Hurley washout has been fixed and is open! The latest Hurley update and photos are in! Thanks to Carol and Richard for sending it in. The road will be busy this weekend so take your time and enjoy the view. Safe travels to all! We had a message from … Continue reading »

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June 23 Update

Thanks to Debbie Demare for the Hurley update: Dry with potholes and mud in summit area. Large sections graded and reasonable shape on rest.┬áLots of traffic at 3 pm on a Thursday. The 3 washouts on lower switchbacks (same creek) have been roughly fixed ( last fall). Thanks to Chris Winter for the East Hurley … Continue reading »

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Hurley is open to 4×4

Plowing went better than expected today and Bridge River Valley Mechanical Contracting has completed snow clearing and the Hurley is open! It is 4×4 only and not suitable for trailers until it fully melts out. The road is single lane with pullouts for 4.8km so drive slow and expect oncoming traffic. The crew will be … Continue reading »

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Opening Update #6

Plowing has started on the Hurley but it is not open yet. Please do not attempt to drive it until the contractor gives us the go ahead. Bridge River Valley Mechanical is the contractor this year and they are working hard to get it done. There is still a lot of snow at the summit … Continue reading »

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Opening Update #5

Sal Demare advised us that the contractor will start grading and plowing the Hurley on Monday. Please do not attempt to drive it until further notice. The snow is still too deep at the summit and you will get stuck. Also please don’t drive up to see how the work is going, it will be … Continue reading »

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Opening Update #4

Latest update from FLNRO via Sal Demare. “We are in the process of actioning the grading and plowing contracts for the Hurley. The Avy tech said the avalanche hazard has reduced to a point that the equipment can now start operating on the FSR. By June 11th the hazard will be acceptably low for the … Continue reading »

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