Sledding on the Hurley Survey Results
Please see my previous post for full explanation:
Here are the results of the survey:
Several comments about the E.(East) Hurley FSR. The E. Hurley from the turnoff to the steel bridge is actually an unmaintained PUBLIC road not an FSR. Which means in terms of sledding, you will need an operation permit issued by the RCMP in order to legally be on it with a sled. I will be meeting with the new Area Manager for Ministry of Transportation when they are in their position to see if we can get them to provide some designations for the E. Hurley. Unfortunately we would still need operations permits for the operation of sleds on it. Here is the link to the information on this:
I am going to be working with the Bridge River Valley Snowmobile Club and other interests to come up with a shared BRV point of view on the Hurley matter and will get back to everyone on it.
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Very interesting responses. Have a read. I had to redact one comment as it mentioned specific people and situation. Interesting comments on Road 40.
Survey responses: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz8bmBXIlkCOMi0xREVWbktBWTQ/view?usp=sharing
I have been and will be following up with the RCMP to confirm their plans for this summer. It is my understanding that they plan some increased presence in our area.
You might be interested in the RCMP stats for Area A for 2016: