Stopping points from Oregon (OR) to Pennsylvania (PA):
Your total trip with all stops is around 2,740 miles / 4400 km, taking roughly 44 hours for the whole trip. If you want to see every small town along the way, you can get a full list of cities between Oregon and Pennsylvania.
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Stopping points from Oregon to Pennsylvania
Start from Oregon (OR).
Boise, Idaho is stopping point #1 after driving about 390 miles (620 km) or 7.5 hours.
Ogden, Utah is stopping point #2 after driving about 310 miles (490 km) or 4.5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 690 miles or 1120 km over roughly 12 hours of driving.
Rock Springs, Wyoming is stopping point #3 after driving about 180 miles (290 km) or 2.5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 870 miles or 1400 km over roughly 14.5 hours of driving.
Cheyenne, Wyoming is stopping point #4 after driving about 260 miles (420 km) or 3.5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 1,130 miles or 1820 km over roughly 18.5 hours of driving.
Omaha, Nebraska is stopping point #5 after driving about 500 miles (800 km) or 7 hours. Your total trip so far is about 1,630 miles or 2620 km over roughly 25.5 hours of driving.
Chicago, Illinois is stopping point #6 after driving about 470 miles (750 km) or 7.5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 2,100 miles or 3370 km over roughly 33 hours of driving.
Cleveland, Ohio is stopping point #7 after driving about 340 miles (550 km) or 5.5 hours. Your total trip so far is about 2,440 miles or 3930 km over roughly 38.5 hours of driving.
Finally, Pennsylvania (PA) is your destination after driving about 300 miles (480 km) or 5 hours. Your total trip with all stops is around 2,740 miles or 4400 km, taking roughly 44 hours for the whole trip.
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