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Maryland's National Scenic Freeway Road Trip

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80.1 miles: 1 hours, 12 minutes
From the West Virginia border to Hancock, MD, I-68 is mostly a rural road and is part of the country’s first interstate highway, the National Road. The byway roams across hills and mountain ridges, hemlock forests and the Cumberland Narrows. Highlights along the route include Rocky Gap State Park and Green Ridge State Forest.
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80.1 miles: 1 hours, 12 minutes
The country's first interstate highway, the National Road, roams across hills and through hemlock forests, the Appalachian Mountains and the Cumberland Narrows. Maryland's section of this historic route sails past Rocky Gap State Park and through part of the Green Ridge State Forest on controlled-access I-68.