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Old 04-20-2014, 11:14 AM   #1
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Road conditions on Hwy 31 in Oregon

We're leaving Reno, Nv and heading to Bend, Or. on Hwy 395. Has anyone taken Hwy 31 to La Pine, Or? Is the road ok on the scenic road with a RV 45 feet long towing a Jeep Liberty?
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We're leaving Reno, Nv and heading to Bend, Or. on Hwy 395. Has anyone taken Hwy 31 to La Pine, Or? Is the road ok on the scenic road with a RV 45 feet long towing a Jeep Liberty?
Might be a little late for your trip but OR 31 is an approved triples route so yes you will be fine. Some our guys out of Reno will run that way, others up through K. Falls. Been years since I have been on it and don't remember anything bad about it so must have been uneventful.
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Don't now if this will bother you but in southern oregon they are predicting snow above 4000 feet in the Cascade range the next few days.
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