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Old 04-19-2010, 02:21 PM   #1
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Oregon SR-58

We're planning a trip that includes stops in Redding, CA, Klamath Falls, OR, Crater Lake, and Springfield, OR. Am planning to use SR-58 from US-97 to I-5 south of Springfield. We will be traveling in a 36 foot diesel pusher pulling a toad, and are familiar with western mountain roads, however are asking about the road condition of SR-58. After stopping at Crater Lake, SR-58 appears to be the most direct route over the mountains to Springfield.
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We have used it many times. It is a nice two lane with some climbing lanes. All, nice and wide, but lots of turns and elevation changes. You have to pay attention, but it is not unpleasent. We have a 38' gasser with a toad and run right at max weight; so with a DP you shouldn't have any trouble.
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Can't speak for SR-58 but we've taken SR-138, just south of there from Diamond Lake to I-5 and it was a very nice and easy drive for our 40' Bus and toad. Very scenic too. We actually continued on to the coast at Bandon. That last leg on 42S from Coquille to Bandon was nutso though. Very narrow and curvey.
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