The Oregon trail is a famous moving route in American history. It runs close to 2,000 miles in length and takes hopeful travelers from Missouri through the Rocky Mountains to the Willamette Valley. Between 1840 and 1860 it is estimated that close to 300,000 pioneers made the journey west using the Oregon Trail. The move took an average of five months to complete. Door to Door wants to take a look at the Oregon Trail and compare the moving practices of the pioneers with those of the modern man who chooses to implement the uses of Door to Door. You be the judge on the better choice.