Home event Pacific Crest Overland Route (PCOR) – Oregon Segment

Pacific Crest Overland Route (PCOR) - Oregon Segment

  • 8

    Rigs Allowed
  • 500

    miles

Pacific Crest Overland Route (PCOR) - Oregon Segment

We will meet at exit 64 off Interstate Highway 84 in OR (Hood River) at 0900 on Sunday, 6 September. Exact spot to be determined at a later date. Highway 35 begins just south of there, and is the beginning of the PCOR - Oregon segment.

I know this is short notice. The trip I was originally planning on leading during this time frame (Old School Vehicle WABDR Run) was cancelled d/t lack of participants. Since I already had the time off from work and still want to do an overlanding trip (and had already pre-ran the WABDR), I am planning on doing this trip instead. I am posting this Rally Point to see if anyone else might be interested in joining me.

https://expeditionportal.com/ovroutes-pacific-crest-oregon-segment/

I have not pre-run this trip. I will be taking the map in the picture above, and will be plotting it on my Oregon Delorme Atlas & Gazetteer. I'll also see if I can get it uploaded in my GAIA thingy on my phone.
  • START DATE

    Sunday, September 06, 2020

    09:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
    09:00 Hrs GMT -8:00
  • END DATE

    Friday, September 11, 2020

    05:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
    17:00 Hrs GMT -8:00
  • OVERLAND BOUND REGION

    US Northwest

  • EVENT TYPE

    Trip

  • DIFFICULTY

    3 MODERATE

Terrain Type

  • Dirt Road
  • Highway
  • Mud

Recommended

  • 4WD
  • Off Road Tires

Channel

Channel Channel Value
  • CB 31
  • GMRS

Rally Point Notes:

We will meet at 0900 somewhere right off of exit #64 on I-84, go over some trip details, and will depart at 0930. That means you're ready to roll NLT 0900. That means gas tanks are full, coolers are full, tummies are full, and bladders are empty.

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armyRN

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  • Longview, WA
  • @armyRN
  • 02/10/20

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