Trucks moving slowly over ice and snow on I-84

Trucks moving slowly over ice and snow on I-84

Conditions are very bad up in the Gorge. A series of micro-storms caused a 10 mile backup with a closed freeway. ODOT crews managed to get traffic moving again and we will employ many measures to either keep traffic flowing or close the freeway if needed. Stay tuned to TripCheck.com for the latest updates.

Interstate 84, Columbia River Gorge: Hood River to Portland

Interstate 84, Columbia River Gorge: Hood River to Portland

One of the most beautiful Interstate highways in the US, I-84, takes you through the Columbia River Gorge into Portland, Oregon. This drive begins at Hood River and heads west, ending near PDX. MyDrivelapse.com and Takemytrip.com provide driving videos and stories to help you plan your trip. Check out hundreds of videos on my YouTube channel. Subscribe if you like it! Dozens of new videos are on the way in the coming weeks. I made this trip in August, 2015. Video shot with a Brinno TLC-200 Pro time-lapse camera, mounted on my roof with a homemade magnetic case. I travel with two Brinno cameras - one facing forward, the other in reverse. Sometimes the reverse camera captures better video (fewer raindrops and bugs hit the rear-view lens). On Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/takemytripdotcom "Like" for updates & great travel ideas Photography: http://danielwoodrum.com --- Music Info: I am running down the long hallway of Viewmont Elementary Artist: Chris Zabriskie http://chriszabriskie.com Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) --- Use: The video used in this clip is copyrighted. You may NOT rip, reencode, download, rebroadcast, etc., on any platform without permission. You MAY embed this video on your website without permission. You MAY -- and really should -- post this video on your Facebook page, tweet it out, etc., and share it with your friends!

Winter Ready TripCheck

Winter Ready TripCheck

Live traffic cameras courtesy of ODOT

Live traffic cameras courtesy of ODOT

A live look at traffic in the Portland area courtesy of Oregon Department of Transportation traffic cameras

Tripcheck.com - Know Before You Go

Tripcheck.com - Know Before You Go

Check highway conditions before you head out this winter. Know Before You Go.

Interstate 5 in Oregon: Roseburg south to Canyonville

Interstate 5 in Oregon: Roseburg south to Canyonville

This is part 1 of a three-video series that takes you from Roseburg to the south entrance of Crater Lake National Park, but all you'll see in this one is Interstate 5, southbound at first to Canyonville, then the rear-view camera will take you back to Roseburg. Yes, it would have been quicker to drive from Roseburg to the North Entrance, but it was closed due to a wildfire. You'll notice the smoke (and some roadblocks) along the way. MyDrivelapse.com and Takemytrip.com provide driving videos and stories to help you plan your trip. Check out hundreds of videos on my YouTube channel. Subscribe if you like it! Dozens of new videos are on the way in the coming weeks. I made this trip in August, 2015. Video shot with a Brinno TLC-200 Pro time-lapse camera, mounted on my roof with a homemade magnetic case. On Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/takemytripdotcom "Like" for updates & great travel ideas Photography: http://danielwoodrum.com Music Info: Artist: Chris Zabriskie http://chriszabriskie.com Track: Wonder Cycle Use: This video is copyrighted. You may NOT rip, reencode, download, rebroadcast, etc., on any platform without permission. You MAY embed this video on your website without permission. You MAY -- and really should -- post this video on your Facebook page, tweet it out, etc., and share it with your friends!

Interstate 5 Southbound thru Oregon: Turner, Albany, Eugene

Interstate 5 Southbound thru Oregon: Turner, Albany, Eugene

This video begins near Turner, Oregon (just south of Salem, near the Enchanted Forest) and heads south on Interstate 5 through Albany and Eugene, until it gets too dark to see anything. You may notice the truck stop at Rice Hill near the end, but it's too dark to see much. But, along the way, it's beautiful! MyDrivelapse.com and Takemytrip.com provide driving videos and stories to help you plan your trip. Check out hundreds of videos on my YouTube channel. Subscribe if you like it! Dozens of new videos are on the way in the coming weeks. I made this trip in August, 2015. Video shot with a Brinno TLC-200 Pro time-lapse camera, mounted on my roof with a homemade magnetic case. On Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/takemytripdotcom "Like" for updates & great travel ideas Photography: http://danielwoodrum.com Music Info: Artist: Chris Zabriskie http://chriszabriskie.com Track: I am running down the long hallway of Viewmont Elementary Use: This video is copyrighted. You may NOT rip, reencode, download, rebroadcast, etc., on any platform without permission. You MAY embed this video on your website without permission. You MAY -- and really should -- post this video on your Facebook page, tweet it out, etc., and share it with your friends!

Susanville to Klamath Falls: Cali 139, Oregon 39

Susanville to Klamath Falls: Cali 139, Oregon 39

Enjoy the scenic drive through the somewhat empty northeast corner of California, and a bit of southern Oregon, in this reverse-cam drivelapse. The video begins in Susanville, and follows California 139, then Oregon 39, to Klamath Falls. MyDrivelapse.com and Takemytrip.com provide driving videos and stories to help you plan your trip. Check out hundreds of videos on my YouTube channel. Subscribe if you like it! Dozens of new videos are on the way in the coming weeks. I made this trip in August, 2015. Video shot with a Brinno TLC-200 Pro time-lapse camera, mounted on my roof with a homemade magnetic case. I travel with two Brinno cameras - one facing forward, the other in reverse. Sometimes the reverse camera captures better video (fewer raindrops and bugs hit the rear-view lens). On Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/takemytripdotcom "Like" for updates & great travel ideas Photography: http://danielwoodrum.com --- Music Info: I am running down the long hallway of Viewmont Elementary I am running with temporary success from a monstrous vacuum in pursuit Mario Bava sleeps in a little later than he expected to Wonder Cycle Oxygen Garden Air Hockey Saloon Candlepower Divider Out of the skies, Under the earth But enough about me Bill Paxton I don't see the branches I see the leaves We always thought the future would be kind of fun Artist: Chris Zabriskie http://chriszabriskie.com Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) --- Music Info: EDM Detection Mode Firebrand Infinite Perspective Jellyfish in Space Artist: Kevin Macleod http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Use: The video used in this clip is copyrighted. You may NOT rip, reencode, download, rebroadcast, etc., on any platform without permission. You MAY embed this video on your website without permission. You MAY -- and really should -- post this video on your Facebook page, tweet it out, etc., and share it with your friends!

Severe winter weather conditions in eastern Oregon.

Severe winter weather conditions in eastern Oregon.

Blowing snow and high winds are creating hazardous driving conditions in eastern Oregon. Many highway sections are closed. Check Tripcheck.com for updates.

I-5 to Crater Lake, Part 3: Oregon Route 62 to South Entrance

I-5 to Crater Lake, Part 3: Oregon Route 62 to South Entrance

This drive finishes up the three-part series of videos, taking you from I-5 at Roseburg to the south entrance of Crater Lake National Park. This drive starts at Trail, Oregon, at the junction of 62 and 227, and follows 62 northeast to the south entrance of the park. Yes, it would have been quicker to drive from Roseburg to the North Entrance, but it was closed due to a wildfire. You'll notice the smoke (and some roadblocks) along the way. MyDrivelapse.com and Takemytrip.com provide driving videos and stories to help you plan your trip. Check out hundreds of videos on my YouTube channel. Subscribe if you like it! Dozens of new videos are on the way in the coming weeks. I made this trip in August, 2015. Video shot with a Brinno TLC-200 Pro time-lapse camera, mounted on my roof with a homemade magnetic case. On Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/takemytripdotcom "Like" for updates & great travel ideas Photography: http://danielwoodrum.com Music Info: Artist: Chris Zabriskie http://chriszabriskie.com Track: Mario Bava sleeps in a little later than he expected to Use: This video is copyrighted. You may NOT rip, reencode, download, rebroadcast, etc., on any platform without permission. You MAY embed this video on your website without permission. You MAY -- and really should -- post this video on your Facebook page, tweet it out, etc., and share it with your friends!

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