Route 66 OregonOregon Highway 66 & Greensprings area Road Conditions, Weather, and Webcams
Oregon 66 including Ashland, Greensprings Summit, Cascade Siskiyou National Monument, Lincoln, Pinehurst, Keno, Dead Indian Memorial Road, Hyatt Lake & Howard Prairie
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Southbound Interstate 5 Ashland at Siskiyou Summit chain-up area, elevation 2080 feet.  Courtesy Oregon Department of Transportation. Oregon 66 Greensprings Summit Cam between Ashland and Klamath Falls, elevation 4500 feet. Camera may be subject to outage during heavy snow. Courtesy Green-Springs.net. Route 66 Greensprings Summit Cam between Ashland and Klamath Falls looking east, elevation 4500 feet. Camera may be subject to outage during heavy snow. Courtesy Green-Springs.net.
I-5 Ashland, 1 mile from 66
(ODOT's TripCheck.com)

OR66 at Greensprings Inn
(www.Green-Springs.net)

Hwy 66 @ Hyatt Lake Rd
(www.Green-Springs.net)

Klamath Falls Webcam, Highway 97 at Green Springs Interchange, courtesy ODOT.

Dead Indian Memorial Hwy summit between Ashland and Lake of the Woods, Oregon. Dead Indian Memorial Road summit between Ashland and Lake of the Woods, Oregon, courtesy Jackson County Oregon and ODOT.
US 97 at Hwy 66, Klamath Falls
(TripCheck.com)

Dead Indian Memorial Rd 5270ft
(Jackson County & ODOT)

Dead Indian Memorial Rd summit
(Jackson County & ODOT)


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ODOT Road Information

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Highways connecting to Oregon 66 featured on MedfordFuel.com

Interstate 5 Oregon
Highway 97
Highway 140 (Winnemucca to Medford)

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Oregon Highway 66 traverses the Southern Oregon Cascades between Interstate 5 in Ashland and Highway 97 / Highway 140 in Klamath Falls. From Ashland, the route passes through the communities of Greensprings, Lincoln, Pinehurst, and Keno, ending in Klamath Falls. The Highway follows portions of the route of the Applegate Trail. This route offers beautiful scenery and access to the Emigrant Lake Recreation Area, Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, Jenny Creek, Hyatt and Howard Prairie Reservoirs. This is a historic highway, so it has not been dramatically straightened and widened like many of today's highways. Consequently, the road is very curvey as you climb out of the Rogue Valley to the crest of the Cascade Range. There are less curves as you proceed to the east.

More Highway 66 Greensprings Information

Local Greensprings Information at Green-Springs.net
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Oregon 66 Information at Wikipedia
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