ummmm KNP has nothing to do with Lake of the Hanging Glacier so not sure about that. Forestry had a crew in there last week to replace/fix the bridge so I believe it is good to go now. I will try to get confirmation.
Here is a release from Ministry of Forests
Access updates for recreationists:
Palliser FSR Bridge (13km):
Bridge replacement completed, open to all traffic.
Cross FSR Bridge (33.5km):
Bridge repair completed.
Repair completed at Radium, Gopher Creek and McDonald Creek (small slump), good to Lake of the Hanging Glacier trailhead (trail closed â€“ footbridge out).
Forster Landing Road and access over Columbia River at Radium Hot Springs. - Road repairs completed.
East Fork White River FSR (52+km):
Remains rough with mud-holes especially past Monroe Lake toward the Bull River FSR.
Snow avalanches and debris have been cleared from the Jumbo Creek Forest Service Road. Access to the Jumbo Pass Trailhead is possible by high clearance 2WD vehicles.
Silent Pass trailhead
A rock and mudslide from 2011 blocks the road at approx. The 58 km mark. Road improvements are planned in the next two weeks.
Brewer Creek trailhead
Avalanche debris and road repairs will occur on the last 4 kms of road in the near future.
Albert River FSR (Ralph Lake/Leman Lake-KNP):
Impassable by vehicle at 56 km due to annual avalanche damage.
Gray Creek Pass:
Highly unlikely that it will open this year. Extensive repairs necessary to both sides of the summit.
Ram Creek Hotsprings road behind Premier Lake
Washed out 100m before the Hot Springs. The Hot Springs themselves have been completely filled in with rocks and gravel and are not useable.
Seasonal conditions exist on most roads. A minimum of high clearance two-wheel drive vehicle is recommended for most back-country travel. Back-country roads may present rough and/or wet conditions with soft (muddy) sections. Where avalanche paths exist the roads may be partially covered with residual debris. Travellers should carry appropriate equipment.
As always, caution is advised on all roads and back-country travellers should be aware of rapidly changing weather conditions and stream flows which may affect road conditions. Further advice for travelling on Forest Service Roads is available on the Rocky Mountain Resource District website ( www.for.gov.bc.ca/drm/