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Old 08-08-2016, 07:59 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by rvtrekers View Post
Well it has been a while but you might look at I think US-26 to US-97 towards Klamath Falls then CA-139 to Susanville, then US-395 to Reno I-80, then to US-95 and down. I have not checked the elevation changes but might be less than down I-5. I have not been on US-95 very far south of Reno.

I like this route too. Gas is cheaper, plenty of spaces to boondock, and the RV park prices are cheaper. $35 range rather than the $50 range. You are going to get hills and a few passes no matter what route you take. But this is one of the most scenic I think. The climb out of Eugene is the worst one you will hit.

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Old 08-08-2016, 09:42 AM   #16
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these 2 post dont correlate at all. hwy 26 goes out of portland over mt. hood. hwy 126 goes out of eugene, connects to hwy 20, and goes through sisters. also hwy 58 goes out of eugene and connects farther south on hwy 97.

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That is the route we have been driving the last 8 years in the car really like this route very little traffic .
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That is the route we have been driving the last 8 years in the car really like this route very little traffic .
May have passed you there; first used the route in 2006 , keep waving at the passing RVers.

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