? Drive America’s Highways for 80 miles west along Interstate 68 from Hancock, Maryland to the West Virginia Border.

Join us as we drive the National Freeway (Interstate 68) west from it’s eastern terminus with Interstate 70 in Hancock, Maryland to the West Virginia Border, 80 miles west along the Maryland panhandle.

Starting at the point where Interstate 70 turns north into Pennsylvania, we drive through the Allegheny Mountains in central and western Maryland, passing Sideling Hill before reaching U.S. Highway 220 in Cumberland and the Cumberland Thruway.

Continuing westward, we pass through Frostburg and Grantsville where we cross an interchange with U.S. Highway 219 before crossing Keysers Ridge and reaching the West Virginia State Line.