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Old 08-20-2007, 03:30 PM   #1
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We will be coming from the KOA in Cascade Locks on I-84 going to Ft. Stevens. What would be the best route and should I try to bypass Portland?
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We will be coming from the KOA in Cascade Locks on I-84 going to Ft. Stevens. What would be the best route and should I try to bypass Portland?
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Old 08-20-2007, 06:50 PM   #3
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I84 toward Portland, Take I205 North joining up with I5. Go to Longview exit and follow the signs to Oregon. This will put you on Hwy30 west right to Astoria. It is about two to two and a half hours and fairly easy except for the climb away from the river just after you cross the bridge at Longview.
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I agree. I've gone though Portland a few times. Twice was early Sunday morning and had no problems. Once was a weekday at 4 PM and we wound up crawling. The previously mentioned version is the best bet. When you follow the Columbia River to get to Astoria you have two options. You can travel the Oregon side or the Washington side. Hwy 30 in Oregon is the most RV friendly. The Washington routes are narrower and have more small towns to go through.
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