Well, at 2PM today it was sort of snowing at the trailhead. By the time I got to the trailhead I decided I had enough wheeling and turned around. Well, actually the trailhead was my destination for the day just to check out how much snow was there. 6-8" and very slick trying to drive up the snow covered switchbacks.
A GVRD van had slid off the road about half way up (where they stopped plowing). He had help on the way when I left.
Good luck and be careful. It is slick out there.
...a member of the herd
me and a couple people from our club were up there yesterday. went up the hard line. there was about a foot and half of snow. there was a couple of spots that were soupy from people fighting to get up. rigs with open diffs will definely have to use the throttle to get up the trail. might also get stuck in these spots if your not careful. definely was fun but would not advise going alone. made the old trail different and a little bit difficult. good luck and have fun.
westcoast rockhuggers offroad club