<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Geojudi59:
...After, on our way back south into & through Oregon. Heading for Bend OR then on to Reno. Are there any mountain Passes That might be a problem for an RV in Oregon... </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
When you travel the major roads in Oregon, there are no "mountain passes" over about 4500' that you have to be concerned about. We have the Cascades in Oregon, not the Rockies. Your trip on I-90 will take you to much higher altitudes than Oregon roads. We traveled it this past summer.
You have a couple of options to get to Bend. One way, with minimal altitude change from I-5, take I-84 east along the Oregon side of the Columbia River to US97. Take US97 south to Bend.
Another option is to take I-5 south to Salem, then take OR22 east to US97. Or, continue south on I-5 to Albany, then take US20 east to US97.
I prefer the slower, scenic routes, so I'd choose OR20. However, if you've never seen the Columbia River, then I'd recommend it as my first choice.
Paul <?)))>< Lake Almanor, CA
2002 Thor Tahoe 23FBGL TT, 28'