Thanks to Gerry for the latest update and photo. I Crossed with Ram 3500, 4 new studded tires. In some sections I churned a bit. 2 feet at summit. Pemberton side great with the new gravel. Snow starts at railroad bridge. On top along the Hurley river potholes are deep and require dropping to a crawl. Road plowed from steel bridge onwards by logging operations.
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