Portland > LA > Vegas

Bout to drive to Portland, LA and Vegas and back to FL. Any suggestions? I'm open to changing the route drastically.

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  1. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >going from Portland to LA
    >Not taking the PCH

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      Definitely need to follow this advice. I do see you cutting through Tahoe and stuff which is really pretty but honestly you’ll get most of that in Portland-area. You being from Florida how many chances will you have to see the pacific? Just seeing it from LA at like Manhattan beach or something doesn’t do it justice

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      yeah ill probably take pch unless there's a lot of traffic. You think there will be?

      >driving through fort collins
      hell yes I love that place

      where?

      There's like a zillion different places you could go. Narrow it down. I'm not going to list everything you should do on your trip you beggar homosexual.

      How am I supposed to "narrow it down" when I've never been any of these places?

      No suggestions on the driving but I can give you Portland suggestions in exchange for Jacksonville suggestions (assume you’re from Jax based on map, I am a Portland anon considering moving to Jax)

      im not from jax sorry

      Definitely need to follow this advice. I do see you cutting through Tahoe and stuff which is really pretty but honestly you’ll get most of that in Portland-area. You being from Florida how many chances will you have to see the pacific? Just seeing it from LA at like Manhattan beach or something doesn’t do it justice

      okay

      Why the frick anyone wants to willingly come to LA is beyond me.

      family has a nice house in the hills.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        Fort collins colorado, north of denver near the Wyoming border. it looks like you're driving right through it, but if you're not, I recommend you do

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          okay thanks

          And does anyone have any opinion on indian reservations? Should I avoid or ? (im white)

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            I went through one once. In I think Montana. You really feel like you're in the middle of nothing. There's not much United States infrastructure. Which means there's a lot less gas stations and rest stops. You'll feel more alone there than you will in the middle of the desert on a United States highway.
            Avoid.

            • 11 months ago
              Anonymous

              but I like that feeling.

              • 11 months ago
                Anonymous

                It's a bad sort of alone. Like you can't call for help because there's no reception and the nearest police station is 100 miles away. It's not the comfy sort of alone you get on a good hiking trail camping.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >How am I supposed to "narrow it down" when I've never been any of these places?
        This is a massive trip. Do some research and plan a few things out. Figure out what each leg of the trip will be. After that ask about things to do on a certain section. It's almost like asking "where are some cool spots in the u.s.a." show you're putting some effort into this besides mapping a route.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Do some research and plan a few things out.
          thats literally why im here thanks. I can go any way I want so give me a reason to go a certain way please

          >yeah ill probably take pch unless there's a lot of traffic. You think there will be?

          not usually. the PCH is very roundabout and slow compared to the I5 so nobody takes it other than road trippers.

          thanks

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            >I can go any way I want so give me a reason to go a certain way please
            Whatever. I hope you actually take this trip and it's not a larp.

            From Colorado to grand canyon

            Great sand dunes
            Road to Aspen (hike trails up that road. independence lake trailhead is based. Pic related)
            Yellowstone
            Whatever you want
            Redwood forest north of San Francisco
            San Francisco
            Highway 1 down the coast to L.A.
            Santa Monica
            (Optional) Sunset boulevard through Beverly hills to Hollywood
            Huntington Beach to dana point (highway 1)
            Vegas
            Valley of fire state park
            Grand canyon village

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        >yeah ill probably take pch unless there's a lot of traffic. You think there will be?

        not usually. the PCH is very roundabout and slow compared to the I5 so nobody takes it other than road trippers.

      • 11 months ago
        Anonymous

        The PCH is closed in Big Sur because the road was washed out during the flooding this year. It probably won't open until after summer. Don't count on driving up the California coast.

        • 11 months ago
          Anonymous

          My buddy is supposed to do that drive today. I wonder what happened..

          • 11 months ago
            Anonymous

            he'll have to take a shitty detour at Mill Creek and swing back around to Carmel. It's like a 4 hour detour that would have taken 90 minutes. You miss the prettiest part of the drive too.

  2. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >driving through fort collins
    hell yes I love that place

  3. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    There's like a zillion different places you could go. Narrow it down. I'm not going to list everything you should do on your trip you beggar homosexual.

  4. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    No suggestions on the driving but I can give you Portland suggestions in exchange for Jacksonville suggestions (assume you’re from Jax based on map, I am a Portland anon considering moving to Jax)

  5. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why the frick anyone wants to willingly come to LA is beyond me.

  6. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    >driving
    Take the train dummy. The Pacific line is the most beautiful in the country.

    • 11 months ago
      Anonymous

      AMTRAK is ghetto as hell and almost as bad as taking a greyhound.

  7. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    Serious answer here,
    You should consider flying in and out of somewhere in the Midwest or on the west coast. Find like a $300 round-trip flight and rent a car for $600 for 2 weeks out of Denver or Salt Lake City. This way, you could skip 3500 miles driving through the middle of the US. Ive done every route across the US from east to west and they are all terrible until you hit Denver. All the good stuff is out west. You could do a loop like this.Every day that you waste driving through Missouri, Oklahoma and the texas panhandle is a day you could have spent somewhere amazing like Jackson Hole Wyoming and Yellowstone.

    Denver-Breckenridge-Telluride-Durango-Flagstaff-Las Vegas-Newport Beach- Santa Monica-Santa Barbara-Yosemite- tuolumne meadows- South Lake Tahoe- bend-portland-missoula montana-bozeman- big sky-yellowstone-jackson hole-the tetons-lava hot springs-park city- arches national park-vail-denver

    That's a month worth of shit to see. And you won't have to suffer through middle America.

  8. 11 months ago
    Anonymous

    id take I20 from Vegas to Shreveport, that road that goes north of Dallas hits like a million red lights and will really slow you down.

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