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Old 01-18-2015, 04:14 PM   #1
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Rt. 34 east from Waldport to Corvallis OR

Does this road have any low clearances or other hazards to look out for? I am in a 35' class A with 11' height. Thanks!
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I've been on both ends of this highway, but never have actually traveled it. For the record, it connects to the 20 just before Philomath...not in Corvallis. I have seen large logging trucks pulling off of 34 at the 20, so I would suspect that a motor home would not have any problems.

Hopefully, someone who has actually traveled this route can chime in.

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no issues for height or width. 14 ft. height is the legal in oregon and this road exceeds it. travel in peace and enjoy the scenery.
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