The first Hurley reports are in after all the rain last night.
Sunday afternoon update: Still not plowed. 24-30 inches at the summit. One way traffic for 3km at the top. Chains mandatory. Not suitable for cars! Thanks to Randy for the update. More reports in Sunday evening and the road has seen lots of one-way traffic and the tracks have compacted even more, chains not required but are nice to have if needed!
Sunday morning: Driving a Tacoma 4×4 with Mud and Snows and no chains, made it to about 13/14km on the Pemberton side and was spinning out on the frozen under layer under the new snow so she pulled the smart move and turned around. The pic was taken around 10:45am Sunday. Thanks to Heather and Jen for the update!
If you choose to drive the Hurley at this time of the year, you may be sharing the road with logging trucks and other heavy machinery. Be prepared to experience all kinds of weather and winter driving conditions. Winter driving skills, 4 x4, 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. This site is based on Hurley driver updates so please email new road conditions to email@example.com or post in the comments below. Have a safe drive!
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